Shelter upgrade for refrigerated distribution centre

A before and after case study showing how old dock shelters can be economically upgraded to energy saving dock shelters with minimal disruption to operations. Portcullis Site Services has been recently awarded a contract to upgrade a large refrigerated Distribution Centre’s loading bay shelters. The distribution centre required 30 loading bays upgraded to inflatable shelters, […]

Loading bay modification with minimal disruption

Portcullis Site Services have recently won the contract to modify two loading bays for a client on sites in Bradford and Wakefield. The modifications are to allow the safe unloading of double deck trailers utilised by their customers’ haulier. With minimal disruption we have come up with the solution of removing the existing pit mounted […]

Planned Vs. Reactive loading bay maintenance

Certainly in these straitened times and senior management’s pressure on warehouse or distribution managers that budget cuts have to be made in an attempt to cut costs on site. This is the main driver leading the trend towards reactive maintenance in the logistic and warehouse sector. This shifts the expense from the more discernible Operating […]