News: Space to let

Posted on 23rd March 2017

At Nova Direct Mail we now have some space which could be useful for a company looking for storage space for pallets or boxes.

Woolovers are consolidating their storage into their unit at the end of March which means we have space available to rent out.

 

We’re flexible with the type of goods that we can store but would suit a company looking to outsource their pick and pack fulfilment.

 

I have attached pictures with stock in place and empty to give an idea of the space available which is roughly 6,000 sq ft.

 

Anyone can contact me direct on 01444231409

sales@novadirectmail.co.uk

 

Regards

Andy Fry

Managing Director

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