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UKP Worldwide set to relocate to Westcott Venture Park as part of expansion

UKP Worldwide (UKPW), an international customs agent based in Buckinghamshire, is relocating to Westcott Venture Park as part of the company’s plans for expansion.

25 Staff and UKPW’s and head quarter operations will be moved to a 10,000 sq ft warehouse with offices at Unit 12 Century Court.

The business is currently operating from three separate warehouses in Wornal Park so the move to Westcott will bring UKPW’s operations under one roof, giving the company more room for further expansion.

UKPW CEO, Lee Bucktrout, said: “We have enjoyed significant growth and our new facility will streamline our operations and provide us with the space to expand in order to realise our full potential.

“Westcott Venture Park is a fantastic location for our business, providing us with an exceptional working environment that is strategically located and most importantly can accommodate our ongoing growth.

“We look forward to moving to the Park and utilising the services of Westcott based businesses and being able to provide our services to other onsite businesses.”

Park owners PATRIZIA is carrying out building works at Unit 12 Century Court to extend the first floor offices with the 10-year lease agreement set to complete later this year.

Joanna Kearvell, Head of Agency at Chandler Garvey, who acted on behalf of PATRIZIA to agree the new lease with UKPW, said: “We are delighted to have agreed terms with UKPW and I am sure their business will thrive within the Westcott Venture Park.”

UKPW ship parcels internationally and specialise in bulk clearance of eCommerce orders. The company provides end-to-end delivery including customs clearance and returns logistics.

Nigel MacKenzie, Development Manager at Westcott said: “UKPW is a great addition to the Park, everyone is delighted to secure them as a new tenant. Westcott is a place for businesses to secure their future in a location that offers unrivalled security and space to grow, and we look forward to the business prospering at the Park.”

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