70m warehouse deal at Solstice Park From Salisbury Journal THE deal for a massive new 70m distribution warehouse at Solstice Park means coach outlet sale x console there are now only outlet coach usa 20 acres of logistics and distribution land available at the business park. The new centre the size of 32 football pitches is to open next August to serve the 400 new stores being created in the south of England by the discount chain Home Bargains. Joe Morris, TJ Morris' operations director, said Solstice Park was the ideal location for the new regional distribution centre coach outlet store website as 98 per cent of the south of England could be reached within a 4.5 hour HGV drive. He said: "Our Home Bargains distribution centre will be among the most advanced in Western Europe, thanks to our sophisticated electronic picking system, with the technology developed in house. "We make no secret of our ambition to grow to 700 stores over the next five years, which is why Home Bargains needs to be at Solstice Park." He added: "As a responsible employer, Home Bargains also realises the importance of and sustainability of employing as many local people as possible it will be our pleasure to do so. The company says stores in Amesbury and Salisbury will be among the 400 it will be creating.
David Fahle, Solstice Park development director, said the Home Bargains deal "underlines Solstice Park's coach order online growing stature as the location for businesses to be in central southern England". Steve Mitchell, a director of Colliers International, agents for Solstice Park, said: "Given the scarcity of build tosuit land available regionally, we anticipate other firms gravitating to Solstice Park.".
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