Packaging Company secures North West shed

Food and drinks packaging supplier Max Fame Paper Products has agreed a new ten-year lease on a 21,500ft² logistics building at Wain Estates’ 211,000ft² Carrington Gateway scheme in Greater Manchester.

The firm, which manufactures packaging for UK brands including HHG, Marks & Spencer, and Harrods, also has clients based in Europe, America and the APAC region.

The firm wanted a centrally located base in order to nearshore its services for UK clients. David Hsieh, president of Max Fame said: “We are pleased to be taking on this new lease which is located close to Manchester and the UK motorway networks, meaning we can more quickly and cost effectively get our product to clients.”

Carrington Gateway consists of six modern industrial units three of which – totalling 167,000ft² – were  sold to Cabot Properties

The other three, including the facility let to Max Frame Paper Products, were retained by Wain Estates. Two units comprising a total of 21,000ft² remain available.

JLL acted for Wain Estates while Max Fame was represented by Colliers.

Source: logisticsmanager.com

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