Dachser to Open New Office in the Netherlands

(Press Release)
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Dachser Transport’s Logistics

Dachser Transport of America Inc. announced that parent company Dachser has started construction of a new branch office in Zevenaar, the Netherlands, to accommodate soaring volume. The facility is expected to start operations this summer and will be one of Dachser's largest branch offices in Europe.
The approximately 325,000-square-foot logistics complex is being built in multiple stages on a site of more than 20 acres.
With the new complex, Dachser is able to further expand the global reach of their warehousing and contract logistics activities and increase access to worldwide markets. The new facility will provide an even closer link to global procurement and distribution channels. 
The expansion further supports growth of the company’s network overseas and therefore only helps to expand the capabilities offered to American clients and their global partners.
The first construction phase encompasses a 77,500-square-foot cross-dock with 82 bays, as well as a three-story office building. Following completion of the first phase, the office expansion will include the construction of an additional 35,520-square-foot cross-dock and a 173,000-square-foot warehouse.
 
 

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