The Swan Hunter Shipyard buildings that were located in the dockyards on the banks of the River Tyne are historically well known as an iconic industrial image of the North East. The Rubb marine structures dominated the Newcastle skyline for more than 25 years. Swan Hunters began life as a shipbuilder back in 1880. Over … Continue reading Rubb’s swan song
Stephanie Coyle, sales executive & warehouse specialist at Rubb Buildings discusses a challenging industrial property market with HSS editor Simon Duddy. HSS: What developments are you seeing in warehouse property and how is that impacting demand for temporary buildings? Stephanie Coyle: Flexibility is the key for warehouses of the future. At the recent UKWA conference various … Continue reading Agile storage solutions
In the warehouse and logistics sector the biggest call for Rubb’s products is as warehouse space solutions to ease the ongoing shortage of available storage space near existing premises.
Throughout the UK, from the Port of Tyne to the Port of Tilbury, plans are in place to invest and expand infrastructure and new warehouse space to accommodate growing business to UK shores. Port of Blyth is set to make a £12m investment in new warehouses and port infrastructure after a second consecutive year of … Continue reading UK ports plan to build and expand with investment for the future
Rubb has been quick to react to the ever-changing needs of busy ports, creating a range of storage warehousing structures to suit our clients’ requirements. The benefits of quick storage fabric structures are their relatively affordable cost, quick construction, and their portability – they are easily relocatable and adaptable to accommodate ports' changing needs and … Continue reading Quick storage solutions are the first port of call