bpost subsidiary breaks ground on distribution center in the Netherlands

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Dynalogic, a fragile-product delivery subsidiary of bpost group, has broken ground on a 14,000m2 distribution center in the Netherlands.

The new multi-network distribution center will be able to serve one- and two-person networks and will go into service between October and December 2022, replacing the existing site in Woerden in the Netherlands. Situated near the junction between the A5 and A10 motorways, the location of the building was chosen for optimal urban distribution in Amsterdam and North Holland.

Dynalogic is operated by the supply chain solution provider DynaGroup. Stephan van Mulken, CEO of DynaGroup, said, “The central location and the possibilities this site offers were decisive in choosing this location. It fits in perfectly with our vision for the future and will enable us to achieve further sustainable growth and continue to innovate in the years to come.”

To ensure sustainability, the building will be completely gasless upon completion, as well as fulfilling all necessary Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) requirements. The roof will be equipped with solar panels.

Philip Bleijlevens, director of strategy, innovation and center excellence (CE) for DynaGroup, said, “This new-build project makes us truly ready to launch new innovative concepts to make our customers’ lives easier and fulfill our sustainability ambitions for 2025 and beyond. It also offers us an ideal opportunity to raise the efficiency of our processes so we can double down on our focus on turning customers into fans.”

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