Marston’s Brewery – Industrial – Temporary Warehouse Building

REQUIREMENT:

As business grew, Marston’s Brewery approached Spaciotempo to design a temporary warehouse building which would protect and secure their stock. On a site with an extensive amount of space however and insufficient cover to protect product from adverse weather conditions, a new onsite temporary storage facility was required. Marston’s Brewery were looking for a building that enabled constant access for forklifts across all warehouses. Thankfully, we could off the perfect Spaciotempo temporary building solution.

SOLUTION:

Spaciotempo’s latest installation for Marston’s in 2015 saw storage capacity on site at the Burton Brewery increase by 45%.

With an increase in home market bottled beer and business generally, Marston’s Brewery needed a rapid temporary building solution. They needed a secure temporary storage facility which would protect up to 14 million bottles, 15,000 pallets, of beer from adverse weather conditions. Marston’s Brewery were looking for a building that enabled constant access for forklifts across all warehouses. Thankfully, they approached Spaciotempo who designed and manufactured their own bespoke temporary buildings. They received four temporary warehouses measuring 30m x 85m on a 6m eave (10,200m2!). With an extensive amount of onsite space, the temporary buildings were delivered to site and installed by Spaciotempo’s own qualified operations staff. Work to install the four warehouses took less than three months and enabled Marston’s’ operations to continue unabated during construction. With lower upfront investment compared to a permanent build, Marston’s Brewery saved money while also increasing their storage space.

Emma Gilleland, Supply Chain Director for Marston’s said, “More people than ever are enjoying a beer at home, so we moved to ensure supply keeps up with demand. These new storage facilities gives us the huge amount of extra warehouse capacity we need. Spaciotempo has played a key role in helping Marston’s to grow as a business. They’ve provided a quality, cost-effective, long-term solution that meets our needs perfectly.” Take a further look at Emma’s testimonial here!

Emma Gilleland, Director of Supply Chain, Marston's Brewery Interview

Fact File

Who: Marston’s Brewery
Where: Burton on Trent
Size: 4 warehouses measuring 30m x 85m on a 6m eave (10,200m2!)
Use: Warehousing of up to 14 million bottles of beer
Why: Increase in home market bottled beer and cost savings of onsite storage.
Special Features: Open plan access for forklifts across all 4 warehouses.