Heywood Distribution Park is one of the best known industrial and distribution estates in the North West. The estate benefits from award winning 24/7 security and is set within an attractive, landscaped environment. The Park’s award-winning Truck Stop and Café offers truckers superb facilities and secure overnight parking.
Award winning 24/7 on-site security, CCTV monitoring and gatehouse entry
Attractive landscaped environment with on-site amenities
Large skilled local labour force
Prime location on the M62 corridor
1 mile from Junction 3 of the M66 and 2.5 miles from Junction 19 of the M62
9 miles from Manchester City Centre
Heywood is located just one mile east of Junction 3 of the M66 and within three miles of Junctions 18 and 19 of the M62.
This prime location allows rapid, easy access to the entire North West region and the Trans Pennine motorway network. It puts every major population centre from London to Edinburgh within a four-hour drive and 20 million people within two hours.
Conveniently close to the M60 orbital motorway, Heywood Point is just nine miles from Manchester city centre.
|Jct 3, M66||1||4|
|Jct 19, M62||2.5||11|
|Manchester City Centre||9||30|
|Port of Liverpool||39||1hr 15|
Ten motorways, 50 motorway junctions, rail and air freight terminals. Millions of customers on your doorstep and most of the UK in a four-hour drive. Add the right supply-chain skills and lower operating costs you’ll find Manchester is the ideal logistics location.
Manchester is the preferred distribution hub for global companies like Adidas; Argos; JD Sports; Kellogg’s; L’Oréal; Next; Office Depot; Procter and Gamble; and major logistics firms like Kuehne & Nagel and Wincanton. It has more motorways than any other UK city and more motorway junctions.
Manchester Airport is home to the World Freight Terminal, the largest in the UK outside London.
The Manchester Ship Canal and Port of Liverpool are two dynamic international trading centres forming a single 44 mile seaway to the heart of the UK.
Universities in Manchester offer supply chain management courses to masters level.
Manchester city region has a workforce of 7.2 million people within an hour’s commute of the city centre.
Manchester has a distinctive geography of concentrated clusters containing a varied, qualified, skilled and sustainable labour pool.
In 2012 Manchester was ranked Europe’s most competitive business city by KPMG.