How WDP supports the most ambitious cross-border logistics strategies
WDP offers its clients the most suitable logistical platform needed to optimize their business operations. In bringing out the best, nothing can hold us back, not even borders. Our clients’ ambitions are our foremost guiding principle. DB Schenker’s newest distribution centre in Contern (Luxembourg) is majestic proof of our limitless capabilities.
A cross-border, long-lasting partnership
DB Schenker’s current distribution centre in Venlo was a WDP project as well: a most successful one for that matter. So, when this client was on the lookout for expansion opportunities at a strategic location in the heart of Europe, WDP was the go-to partner to engage in writing the next chapter of their logistics story.
“We’re significantly expanding our presence in the Luxembourg market,” says Axel Quadt, Managing Director at Schenker Luxembourg GmbH.
“There’s an ever-increasing demand for temperature-controlled storage, for Healthcare and Pharma, among others. Our newest facility meets the most diverse requirements that our clients might have, from storage and handling climate-controlled cargo in transit to expanded value addition and land transport services.”
Expansion in Luxembourg, supported by proper infrastructure
“And there’s more!” Axel Quadt continues.
“Our new logistics hub boasts two Unit Loading Device systems, significantly increasing our loading and unloading capacity for air freight. Thanks to this new distribution centre, we’re stepping into the future with even greater ambitions.”
DB Schenker entered the Luxembourg market in 1989 and has recorded impressive growth ever since. This trend-setting logistics service provider has 74,200 people on its payroll worldwide, in 2,100 locations, spread over 130 countries. The company offers its clients a wide range of services, from air and land transport to sea freight and global supply chain management. It’s a full-service partner for world-renowned corporations.
Safe and sustainable, adhering to the highest standards
DB Schenker’s new distribution centre in Contern is equipped with the latest innovations in safety and sustainability. it's been developed following the strictest TAPA-A standards and the BREEAM Very Good guidelines. Charging stations for electric bikes, cars, and other vehicles have already been installed while solar panels can be easily installed upon delivery of the project.
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Delivery set for the end of 2021
The first column of this new distribution centre in Contern was turned into the ground on 1st July, at Rue Weiergewan in Contern near Luxembourg airport. The project’s deadline is set at the end of 2021.