ANDREW PAGE BUILDS DISTRIBUTION CENTRE IN DERBYSHIRE

Andrew Page breaks ground in Derbyshire
Andrew Page breaks ground in Derbyshire

Andrew Page is breaking ground on its new National Distribution Centre in Derbyshire.

The 100,000 square foot site will support the company’s continued expansion plans, and will be built on the Markham Vale Business Centre site in Derbyshire.

Construction on the new site begins in February, with the company hoping it will be fully operational by the summer.

Andrew Page has seen a period of expansion and growth in recent months, the company currently has 62 branches nationwide, employing 1,600 people.

The site could open up as many as 120 jobs for the local community.

“Markham Vale is an ideal location for our national distribution facility”, said Andrew Page Managing Director Mark Roberts

“It will support our expansion plans and our aspirations as a leading supplier of quality parts and components to our growing list of trade customers.”

Published by Darrenmoss

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