Finding vacant warehouse space in South East England is difficult these days. Nervous companies preparing for a no-deal Brexit and the resulting supply chain disruptions are cramming stockpiles of products into most of the available storage spots.

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“If you find one, it’s three times the cost. And if you need a chilled [refrigerated] warehouse, then you’re out of luck,” said Alessandro Galtieri, deputy general counsel of global telecom company Colt Technology Services in London.

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