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Davies Turner MDs at new terminal.

Big future: Mr Philip Stephenson (left), managing director of freight forwarders Davies Turner, and regional director Mr Mike Owen check out their new pounds 4 million terminal at Coleshill which will create an extra 50 jobs.

Opened by Home Office Minister Mr Mike O'Brien and Mr Albert Bore, Birmingham City Council leader, the new facility will provide a key link with the new Hams Hall road-rail interchange and is three times the size of the company's previous depot in the region.

It also provides a Customs and Excise-approved bonded warehouse facility.

First phase of the development is a 76,000 sq ft warehouse and office, but interim planning permission has also been clinched for a further extension which would almost double the present terminal area.
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Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:Oct 21, 1999
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