TD Synnex, the leading distribution company specialized in IT products and services, is expanding in collaboration with WDP. The warehouse in Aalst was outdated and too small to accommodate their necessary growth.
Introducing WDP’s Green Mobility Hub. This visionary concept helps future-proof the logistics industry by tapping into the power of green energy. Let’s explore how we do that exactly.
Rogue Fitness is a renowned producer of fitness and cardio equipment. They’re globally recognised for their quality products eagerly sought by professional gym owners and personal fitness enthusiasts. Today, their Bornem-based warehouse is the logistical hub for their European distribution activities.
The WDP Prinsenhil Logistics Park in Breda is an impressive project that is more than just a warehouse. The building is located in a strategic location just three kilometers from Breda train station and is being built with extra attention to livability on and around the site. The park has a land area of 5 hectares and a construction area of 25,904 m².
Transport company VPD has been betting on using electric vehicles for their last-mile delivery for years. Going green is in their DNA, but at the request of their biggest customer IKEA, they are happy to go one step further.
Kawneer chooses sustainability for its Harderwijk warehouse. This world leader in aluminium windows, doors, and façades already constructed a BREEAM Very Good certified distribution centre in 2016 – a progressive choice in those days. Now, the company sets the bar even higher.