The Port of Tyne provides 56,000 sq. metres of secure storage offering fully racked narrow aisle Customs-approved warehousing capable of storing 53,000 racked pallet spaces.

Warehousing has been developed to meet customers' exacting specifications and provides the most hassle free and cost effective solutions to satisfy all storage and distribution requirements.

A state of the art warehouse management system controls stock replenishment, picking and packing, providing full track and traceability and enabling customers to view stock levels via the internet, creating substantial cost and time efficiencies.

Port of Tyne warehousing provides high secure storage with extensive experience of working with the retail sector and acknowledged experts in handling a wide variety of high value goods including; white goods, clothing, food and drink.

Added value services include

  • Stock check accuracy of 99.9% and dispatch accuracy of 99.92%
  • Container stuffing/destuffing, breakbulk, order picking and assembly, packing, labelling and samplingnull
  • Fully alarmed warehousing with 24-hour manned CCTV monitoring
  • Customs approved warehousing and open storage/material lay-down areas are also available

Key Contact

Richard Newton - Commercial Director Logistics
Tel: 0191 455 2671
Email: Logistics

Maritime House
Tyne Dock
South Shields
NE34 9PT

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