It extends over an area of 10,000 square meters.. It accommodates the goods stored for maritime transport through deep waters
DP World is building a new warehouse near the port of Genk in Belgium
The new facility is equipped with world-leading warehouse management systems.
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B&O Ferry Masters, a subsidiary of DP World Group, announced yesterday that it has entered into an agreement with Belgium-based Genk Green Logistics to build a state-of-the-art 10,000 square meter warehouse near the port of Genk in Belgium, which will contribute to strengthening the operations of its network of railways, roads and warehouses stretching across Europe at a critical period for international trade and economic recovery.
DP World said in a statement that the new facility is strategically located near the port in the heart of the industrial belt in Flanders, and is also equipped with world-leading systems in the field of warehouse management, and will allow customers to increase efficiency and obtain better information about their goods and their availability. and expanding storage capacity in their overall supply chains.
She explained that the new warehouse was ideally located to accommodate imports and exports of merchandise, which needed to be stored for maritime transport through deep waters and international shipping lines, and to the United Kingdom via the English Channel and the North Sea, and the site's distinctive multimodal transport links - including access to the Albert Canal, and barge freight directly to the terminal of DP World Group in Antwerp, the parent company of P&O Ferry Masters - will facilitate the export of high-value industrial products by existing customers to consumers across Europe, and via links Destined for Russia, China and the United States.
“The capacity offered by the new warehouse in Genk is a vital addition to our port logistics strategy and our growing multimodal network across Europe,” said Mark Mulder, Director of Contract Logistics at P&O Ferry Masters.
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