Warehouse services, COMAH pallet storage & distribution services in Birmingham

Birmingham is the second largest city in the United Kingdom and lies at the heart of the West Midlands.

Warehousing and Distribution in Birmingham, West Midlands is popular due to the location and good transport links to the  rest of the UK. Many warehouse providers in Birmingham offer warehouse space and pallet storage for commercial goods as well as a range of other warehouse service such as order fulfilment, pick and pack and distribution. Even though the popularity of Birmingham warehousing remains high, warehouse rates for pallet storage in this area are still quite competitive.

Third party logistics services in Birmingham

 A modern warehouse storage unit offering customers everything from pick and pack services to pallet storage and a solution for your bulk storage. This logistics company is ideally situated off the M5 meaning with great access to the Midlands and South West.

Contact Whichwarehouse on 0800 1707 555 or [email protected] for assistance in searching for a logistics partner in Birmingham.

As Britain’s unofficial second city, Birmingham is an understandably major transport hub: a position strengthened by its central location. The city is served by a number of major motorways, many of which converge at Spaghetti Junction; a raised, multi-level motorway interchange that is recognised around the UK.

Though only a moderate market town in the middle Ages, the Midlands Enlightenment of the eighteenth century and subsequent Industrial Revolution saw Birmingham propelled to one of the industrial and economic centres of the world. Hailed as “the first manufacturing town in the world in 1791” it was the birthplace of many innovations that would go on to inform later industrial centres. Unlike London, which gave birth to big business, Birmingham was home to thousands of small businesses, providing a diverse and resilient economic base that saw the city through declines that crippled many other areas. The city’s active economy led to high levels of social mobility and a political influence second only to London.

Even today, Birmingham is ranked as a beta- world city by the Globalisation and World Cities Research Network, marking it out as a major international commercial centre with an influence that arguably outstrips its size. It is home to a broad base of commercial and cultural enterprises, including three universities, two university colleges, a symphony orchestra, a royal ballet and an institute of fine arts – all enjoying international reputations. The city is currently undergoing extensive redevelopment, with the council – the largest local authority in Europe – aiming to make Birmingham one of the twenty most livable cities in the world by 2030.



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