Peel Ports to sell historic Liverpool site

Peel Ports Liverpool Warehouse

Peel Ports is selling an industrial site at the Port of Liverpool, UK

Huskisson Dock is strategically located within the supply chain and will serve as an ideal hub for companies in the distribution, manufacturing and specialist operations sectors, says the port operator.

Opened in 1852 and named after the late Liverpool MP, William Huskisson, the 100,000 sq foot site hosted Cunard liners during the 1960s and was a key link for trade in everything from sugar to second-hand appliances.

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