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The Logistics business is a fast paced industry and at Vantec we try to stay ahead of the game. This means that there is always something happening.

Vantec Teams Up With Benfield

At the end of February, Cherry Blossom Way became host to Benfield Gateshead’s Roadshow which was put on to display their range of Nissan models; the cars were available to view on site and information was given on availability and finance schemes. The Roadshow was…

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Official Opening

Tuesday 5th February was the Official Opening date of VEU’s new 421,000 sq. ft. Turbine Warehouse. Seniors from Vantec in Japan, America and Europe were all present at the event which took place on site at Turbine Business Park at 11am.

Mr Akira Koyama, President of the Vantec Corporation, completed…

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Upcoming Opening Ceremony

I am pleased to announce Mr Akira Koyama, President of the Vantec Corporation and Mr Shinya Hannya Senior managing Executive Officer Vantec Corporation will be visiting VEU week commencing 4th February to view the new warehouse at Turbine park.

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Mission Possible

Staff are being informed to take notice in the coming weeks of introductions to a new Vantec initiative ‘MP2015’. Vantec International Operations Midterm Plan 2015, nicknamed as ‘Mission Possible’, is Vantec’s 3 year plan to enhance company growth and reach key corporate goals such as doubled sales,…

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The Grand Opening

Vantec’s new Turbine Warehouse, AKA ‘Hachinosu’ became successfully operational on the 6th January. The warehouse was completed on schedule in order to continue to provide a high quality of support to NMUK. After a very dynamic and eventful 2012, transitions are…

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Schoolgirl Names 38,750m2 Warehouse

Further to Vantec’s competition throughout the local schools in an attempt to find a new name for our brand new Turbine Warehouse, we have chosen ‘Hachinosu’, which is Japanese for 'beehive'.

The name was suggested by a Year 7 student…

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