Collett & Sons expands abnormal cargo storage capacity
The abnormal loads specialist Collett & Sons has expanded its heavy lift abnormal cargo warehousing capacity with the addition of the Mile Thorn Works (Halifax) & Perseverance Works (Elland). The company now owns six depots across Halifax, Goole Grangemouth & Bradford.
Collett already operate storage and warehousing facilities across their Halifax Depot, Goole Heavy Lift Terminal and Portside Grangemouth location, however, with increased demand for storage facilities Collett have invested in Mile Thorn Works and Perseverance Works. Located 0.7 miles from their long-established Halifax headquarters, Mile Thorn Works offers 3,224 sqm of secure internal storage. This facility is equipped with two 20- tonne & two 10-tonne capacity gantry cranes and offers drive in roller shutter access allowing cargo to be directly offloaded from the trailer.
Perseverance Works, Collett’s new Elland Depot provides clients with an additional 3,792 sqm of internal storage and is fitted with multiple gantry cranes ranging in size from 5-tonne to 32-tonne capacity. Both facilities are equipped with cargo lift and handling equipment such as fork lift trucks ranging up to 15-tonne capacity.
With the addition of these two new depots, Collett’s warehousing and storage capacity is increased by 7,016 sqm of secure internal storage. Across all six depots, Collett can offer over 55,000 square metres of secure indoor and outdoor storage across the UK.