The world’s leading logistics company DHL delivers more than parcels to your doorstep. As part of their GoHelp Programme in partnership with United Nations in Disaster Management, they provide free access to their core competence in logistics, staff expertise and their global network. Their Disaster Response Teams respond to natural disasters by supporting the handling of relief goods at airports.

Back to the day-to-day work in the UK, DHL have built a colossal distribution centre at Avonmouth to provide a better service for the people in the South West of England and Wales. Their new cross-dock facility will handle the largest of trucks making the transport of goods more efficient, reducing noise pollution and congestion.

                                                                         

Working to DHL’s specification, Partridge Interiors Ltd designed and installed three executive offices which overlook the hive of activity in the warehouse below. Along the opposite wall a sleek Komfire 75 system with double-glazed modules was constructed. This affords a floor to head-height view onto a communal work space. Integral blinds were fitted to give a privacy option and the rooms were divided with solid partition walls which were taped and jointed ready for decoration. All framework and skirting were powder-coated in DHL corporate colours giving a stylish finish.

Claire Partridge

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