CEVA opens new Netherlands distribution centre

CEVA Logistics has opened a new distribution centre for industrial spare parts, consisting of warehousing space of 12,000 sq m and a yard of 10,000 sq m in Born, the Netherlands.
The new centre, which will cater for air, ocean and overland cargo, features 28,000 bin locations and 3,000 sq m floor storage in the warehouse, and a yard of 4,000 racking locations and 4,500 sq m floor storage.
The location offers full service, including inbound unloading, receipt and put away; outbound picking, packing and loading, and quality inspection.
“The site is located within an industrial estate, which has excellent transport links to both air and ocean ports, and road, rail and barge, with the potential for expansion inside and out,” the logistics company said.

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