Our expertise in logistics and manufacturing projects

fuels future economic powerhouses

SECTORS

LOGISTICS & MANUFACTURING

A host of trends, from e-commerce to customer expectations, globalisation to urbanisation, are demanding a rethink of the way we make, store and move goods from A to B.

Twentieth century thinking won’t solve today’s challenges – which is why RLB’s team of experts applies fresh thinking to build the best bases for 21st century manufacturing and commerce.

From bespoke fitouts to large logistics parks, multi-level warehousing packed full with automated technology to state-of-the-art temperature controlled environments, RLB’s team understands how to repurpose, redesign and reimagine logistics and manufacturing space.

Innovation acceleration

Our logistics and manufacturing specialists are at our clients' side each step of the way. Whether they are dealing with skills deficits, the materials crisis or the energy challenge our experts have smart, tailored solutions to suit every eventuality.

  • 13
    m
    2
    delivered across Europe in just five years
  • 1.7
    m
    2
    delivered in the UK in the last five years
  • 100
    %
    of our industrial projects are underpinned by green initiatives
Thinking outside the box

We know warehouses are no longer tin sheds – they are often among the world’s most sophisticated and technology-rich assets. We work with our clients to seek alternative materials that work harder and eliminate emissions or consider design solutions that support new processes that boost productivity and drive down risk.

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Sustainable, future-proofed space

Sustainability and circular economy thinking are central to supply chain success as we race towards net zero. In the future, carbon will be the new currency and at RLB we are helping our clients to count it. With unmatched project and cost benchmarking data, we guide smart, sustainable decision-making to help our clients meet and beat their net zero targets.

Fast forward to the future

The World Economic Forum expects 97 million new roles to emerge by 2025 that respond to new divisions of labour between humans, machines and algorithms. We are helping our clients to create the best workplaces for people as they prepare for this new world of work, and to deliver resilient and responsive buildings that are ready for any future.

CONTACT OUR LOGISTICS & MANUFACTURING SECTOR EXPERTS TODAY

Simon Nsubuga
Simon Nsubuga

Director – Cost Management

LOGISTICS & MANUFACTURING PROJECTS

Global Expertise. Local Knowledge.

Having over 4,000 people based in over 120 offices across more than 40 countries, means we work on landmark Logistics & Manufacturing projects across the globe.