Friday 30 September, WDP officially launched the construction works of the brand-new DHL Express Service Center in Courcelles. It was a memorable event, and signals the beginning of the next chapter of the company’s Belgian success story.
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.
The enormous emissions of CO2 and its effect on global climate change have become important items in the news the recent years. Not surprising given that the emission of greenhouse gases is warming our earth more and more, resulting in the melting of the polar caps and a worldwide rise in water levels.
Daphne Certyn and Eva Van Raefelghem recently completed their two-month internships at WDP. Before saying goodbye, we placed them in front of our camera to find out how they look back at the experience of being a #TeamWDP member.
WDP started as a small, ambitious family business and has grown into a successful player in the international logistics property market. Over the years, #teamwdp has expanded and clearly evolved. But the company's values have not changed.
Digital is the new normal, right? And data is a perfect customer service’s raw material. That’s why WDP focuses on a digital customer experience, with a strong intelligent data-architecture to support it.
100% digital: better tools, better processes