Liberty Wines relocates to new London premises
Liberty Wines, a UK-based importer and wholesaler of over 200 wines, has relocated its facility to a new 2,800m² site off Clapham High Street in southwest London on 7 January 2013.
The site houses a purpose-built office and 1,000m² warehouse that is designed for optimal logistical efficiency with temperature control systems to keep the warehouse at optimal temperatures of 12 degrees Celsius.
The £5m project also features an open-plan office, tasting rooms and a space for events.
Liberty Wines managing director David Gleave MW said the company had a done a good business in 2012 and expect the same in 2013.
"Our new site enables us to improve both the service we offer to our customers and the working environment for our employees," he added.
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