Distrilog and WDP have proved that they are two peas in a pod more than once. In 2008, for example, the millionth square metre that WDP owned was Distrilog’s in Willebroek. WDP’s five millionth square metre, currently under construction, is also intended for the family business specialising in the storage and distribution of goods in DIY, FMCG, and food retail.
This summer was no ‘silly season’ for logistics. It came to our attention that 3D printing, delivery robots and a new app for inland navigation found their way to the logistics sector last month. Click on an article for more details.
A new month… a new WDP Digest! The first drone deliveries and blockchain containers are now more than just dreams. More and more companies are taking the ethical high road by optimising their logistics processes and making these more sustainable. And Belgian businesses are opting for solar at sea. Click on an article for more details.
WDP brainstorms with its customers to offer the best solution. And we can do that thanks to the insight and puzzling talent of #TeamWDP, the size of our portfolio, and our knowledge of the local markets.
The question will be whether or not Oompa Loompas and golden-tickets will be found in the municipality of Lokeren by the end of 2021.
The news we received last month shows that more and more companies and logistics service providers are focusing on sustainability with innovations like electric catenaries for trucks, smart delivery boxes, emission-free deliveries, etc. WDP fully supports these initiatives, which is why we’re showcasing them in this month’s WDP Digest.