The Netherlands has always been progressive when it comes to energy consumption and entrepreneurship. By 2030 all buildings must be gas-free in order to reduce the strong emissions of CO2 and stop global warming. These new ecological regulations also changed a few things for Berner Produkten, an international company that planned the construction of a new warehouse in Kerkrade.
In recent years, the Netherlands, and Groningen in particular, has been shocked by earthquakes, ground and collapsing buildings caused by natural gas extraction. In addition, the enormous emissions of CO2 ensure that global warming continues to evolve with all its consequences. Moreover, fossil fuels are not infinite and will run out at some point.
The enormous emissions of CO2 and its effect on global climate change have become important items in the news the recent years.
Striking the right balance between technology, innovation and reliability
Coronavirus vaccines are a crucial cog in the fight against the COVID-19 sanitary crisis. Pharma-logistics service provider Movianto plays a central role in the storage and distribution of the Dutch coronavirus vaccine stock.
The demand for specific logistics processes and technologies is greater than ever. A glance at the most important trends in the logistics world shows that a far-reaching cold chain, including cold stores with extremely low temperatures, is becoming the rule rather than the exception.
As a leading supplier of health products for patients, care facilities and care professionals, Mediq is continuously seeking out innovative ways of making their clients’ lives healthier, easier and better.
Delhaize’s logistics activities in Kobbegem are in good company, now that all of the supermarket chain’s support services have taken up residence on the Kobbegem business site. Together, they form Delhaize Valley, a hub where sustainability and efficiency are keywords.