Basildon

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Bas·il·don

 (băz′əl-dən, bā′zəl-)
An urban district of southeast England east-northeast of London.

Basildon

(ˈbæzɪldən)
n
(Placename) a town in SE England, in S Essex: designated a new town in 1955. Pop: 99 876 (2001)

Ba•sil•don

(ˈbeɪ zəl dən, ˈbæz əl-)

n.
a town in S Essex, in SE England. 161,700.
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Benfleet, headquartered in Basildon, England, is an international freight forwarding business established in 1987, specialising in the movement of flooring, machinery, household goods and garments.
The service operates twice a week from hubs in Dortmund, Germany and Basildon, England and goes to the Mateen Express hub at Erbil, Iraq.
Founded in 1980 in Basildon, England, the group initially included Gahan, Gore, Fletcher and Vince Clarke.
For example, earlier this year the company completed the installation of an array of solar electricity panels at its Basildon, England data center, which is the largest installation of its kind in the United Kingdom.
8 L diesels that were originally designed in Basildon, England.