GLASGOW-headquartered Macfarlane Packaging has announced an expansion of its distribution facilities in the south west of Britain.
Warehouse expansions in Plymouth and Avonmouth follow a “significant increase” in demand for services, which Macfarlane explained that combined with the retention of the Patchway facility means the total business capacity in the area has almost doubled in size. At Patchway, customers can store their own palletised products on a short-term basis.
Phil Rees, group regional director for Macfarlane Packaging said, “Macfarlane Packaging’s expansion in the south west is a direct result of our effort to deliver the highest possible service to our customers and focus on reducing the customers overall costs. Many of our clients are also looking for short term storage solutions and with our increase in capacity in the area, we can now provide more opportunities for businesses.”