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Sandwich Industrial Estate & Richborough Corridor

Located in a coastal setting, close to Sandwich railway station and with excellent road links, the Sandwich Industrial Estate is home to a wide range of light industrial and employment use.  Sandwich has Assisted Area Status with the potential for regional aid and other incentives for manufacturing businesses.

Flying Fish Hovercraft

Flying Fish Hovercraft builds small hovercraft for commercial and recreational use from its unit at Sandwich Industrial Estate.  The company has built over 500 hovercrafts and recently benefited from a 0% loan of £156,556 from Expansion East Kent for R&D and export development.

Minters of Deal

Established in 1920, Minters of Deal use their facility at the Sandwich Industrial Estate as the perfect base for the UK and Continent removals, storage and shipping business.  As well as offering “door-to-door” European removals to France, Germany, Spain, and Switzerland, the company has experience in commercial/office removals and document storage.  It has a purpose-built high security storage facility in Sandwich.

Stevens & Carlotti

Stevens & Carlotti is a family owned business that has been trading in Sandwich since 1967 supplying metalwork and assemblies across the UK and Europe.  Having originally started at the Sandwich Industrial Estate, they now operate from a purpose-built 50,000 sq. ft. site on the Richborough Corridor on the outskirts of Sandwich.

TW Services

TW Services is the leading independent waste management company in Ken with resources to handle 750,000 tonnes of commercial and residential waste a year.  Operating from a purpose-built waste processing facility in the Richborough Corridor, the company segregates, reprocesses and recycles waste.  The company also supplies over 100,000 tonnes of recycled materials back into the construction industry.  TW Services continues to expand with a new green energy plant currently under construction that will create energy from an additional 350,000 tonnes of household waste.