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November 22nd 2012, London: Roadways Container Logistics, a leading transportation, container storage and handling company, has confirmed that London Gateway will reduce road miles for thousands of shippers when Britian’s new port opens in Q4 2013, saving fuel and emissions for importers and exporters throughout the UK.

Announcing services to Britian’s new port, which is located on the north bank of the Thames in Thurrock, Essex, Nick Matthews, Managing Director, Roadways Container Logistics, said: “Roadways will be running services from day one of operations for shippers choosing London Gateway and we want to show the industry that we are ahead of the game  and acting now to capture that market. We’ve been leading the way in innovation and we see the future of logistics and shipping in the UK is at London Gateway.”