DIRFT

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DIRFTDaventry International Rail Freight Terminal (UK rail port and logistics center)
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Among the 34 deals that contributed to the 2013 total was supermarket giant Sainsbury taking up a one million sq ft property at the Prologis site at Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal. Cushman & Wakefield advised on this deal.
Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal (DIRFT) is classed as East Midlands and therefore does not feature within the recommendations of the WMRSS but bearing in mind the terminal is only 40 miles from Birmingham it must be seen as a direct competitor to Hams Hall and Birch Coppice Business Park.
Andrew Allman says he, his wife and their two children aged ten and 15 haven't had a good night's sleep since Tesco opened a warehouse at the Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal, near Rugby, three months ago.
Eddie Stobart Ltd are currently developing a new warehouse complex at the Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal site in central England.
The depot, supplying frozen food to stores in the Midlands and South of England, is to be built at Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal. Tesco recently said a new store was to open in the town creating 300 jobs.
The depots could be the size of Hams Hall in north Warwickshire or the Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal.
The workers have already started their new jobs at Tesco's warehouse at Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal in Northamptonshire as the Peugeot Partnership continues its pledge to reduce the impact of the plant's shutdown in January.
Now they face the prospect of Green Belt fields being covered with a distribution depot the size of Hams Hall in north Warwickshire or the Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal.