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P&O Ferrymasters beefs up in Rotterdam

The pan-European multimodal logistics company is opening a 17,000 m2 warehousing facility in Europoort to support its trans-Continental operations

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P&O Ferrymasters beefs up in Rotterdam

The 10-year contract for the additional facilities will significantly expand the warehousing storage capacity of P&O Ferrymasters at Rotterdam. The warehouse, which consists of two 7,500 m2 levels, will become operational next month.

 

P&O Ferrymasters is equipping the new facility with 16 loading docks and proven warehouse management systems to ensure its customers immediately receive the benefit of extra storage capacity in their end-to-end supply chain solutions.

 

Mark Mulder, P&O Ferrymasters’ Contract Logistics Director, said: “This new warehouse capacity at Rotterdam marks an important step in our plans to enable trade flows across Europe.”

 

The extra warehousing space marks the latest step in P&O Ferrymasters’ programme to enhance its service offering in Western Europe and follows the company’s announcement in the summer of new intermodal services connecting Rotterdam and Duisburg with Budapest and expansion into Turkey.

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