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Norbert Dentressangle’s fast-growing freight forwarding division (Norbert Dentressangle Overseas) has relocated its Heathrow operation into larger premises to accommodate strong growth.
Previously occupying a shared facility, Norbert Dentressangle has taken the lease on 9,000 sq ft of dedicated office and warehouse space at the Saxon Way Trading Estate in Harmondsworth, five minutes from Heathrow Airport.
In the last two years, Norbert Dentressangle’s Heathrow office has increased its staff from six to 11 and has seen a significant uplift in business, including a marked increase in demand from online retail SMEs. In addition to supplier consolidation at origin, air and sea freight and Customs management services, Norbert Dentressangle can draw on its extensive e-fulfilment capabilities to provide a complete supply chain solution, including warehousing, order picking and carrier management.
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