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.
Lantmännen Unibakes’ factory burned to the ground barely a few weeks after they took possession of their built-to-suit distribution centre in Londerzeel.
Together with VIB Vermögen, we have signed a memorandum of intent to jointly expand our logistical real estate portfolio in the German regions of North Rhine-Westphalia, Bremen and Hamburg. With this complementary addition of our existing activities we are both able to offer a better geographical reach to our customers.
Self-driving delivery vans, warehouse robots, and self-organising logistics. No idea seems too crazy for logistics, according to last month’s news reports. This latest issue of WDP Digest is dedicated to autonomous technology in the logistics sector.
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We start the new month with a new WDP Digest. For the logistics sector, spring brings us new ideas, innovative solutions, and hope for improvement. Read about bio-fuel and low-sulphur heating oil, the launching of Uber Freight in the Netherlands, and the challenges for zero-emission zones.