Slaughter and May advised Ocado in connection with its first mini Customer Fulfilment Centre.
The mini-CFC will be located in Avonmouth, Bristol and is being delivered by St. Modwen.
The property will support the growth plans of Ocado Retail and comprises a warehouse of approximately 150,000 square feet and will have capacity for around 30,000 orders per week when operational. In comparison, the standard-sized CFC 5 in Purfleet is expected to fulfil approximately 85,000 orders per week.
The Slaughter and May team worked alongside Matt Burley (Senior Legal Counsel – Real Estate) from Ocado’s in-house legal team.
The team comprised Partner John Nevin (Picture), Simon Bartle (senior counsel), Adam Goldthorp (associate); Richard Keczkes (associate); Rory Botros (associate), Polly Streather (associate).
Involved fees earner: Simon Bartle – Slaughter and May; Rory Botros – Slaughter and May; Adam Goldthorp – Slaughter and May; Richard Keczkes – Slaughter and May; John Nevin – Slaughter and May; Polly Streather – Slaughter and May;
Law Firms: Slaughter and May;