Bedfordshire

Pallet Storage, Fulfilment Services & Pallet Network distribution solutions in Bedfordshire

With easy access to London and the rest of the UK, warehouse space in Bedfordshire is ideally placed for companies looking for pallet storage in this county.

3PL providers who are based in Bedfordshire, such as Mini Clipper Logistics,  offer a range of warehouse services for companies looking to store their commercial goods. Whether it is order fulfilment services that you require such as pick and pack or warehouse space, pallet storage and distribution.

Both of these companies are situated in Leighton Buzzard and Mini Clipper has various other distribution centres within this area which will offer you pallet storage, pick and pack and fulfilment services together with a number of other value added services.


You can contact these logistics companies in Bedfordshire and surrounds which are listed below.  To view images of the facility click on the more info buttons. Please quote Whichwarehouse when contacting either company.

 

 

The residents of Bedfordshire are traditionally known as “Bedfordshire Bulldogs”, although a local dish comprising a suet crust dumpling filled with meat and/or jam has also led to them being called “Clangers”.

The ceremonial county of Bedfordshire is to be found in the East of England. It has, since 1995, been deemed one of the Home Counties and shares borders with Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire. Its county flower is the Bee Orchid, although this traditional only stretches back as far as 2002.

Bedfordshire’s location between London and the Midlands means it has an uncommonly strong transport infrastructure for a relatively quiet county.

The A1 and A5 (two of the country’s major trunk roads) pass right through the county, linking London to Edinburgh and Holyhead respectively. The M1 has junctions serving Bedford, Luton and Milton Keynes. The A428 (which runs through Bedford Borough) and A6 (from Rushden to Luton) were also once trunk roads, but have since been superseded and are now managed by the local highway authority.

 

 

 

 


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