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DACHSER strengthens its logistics centre in Bremen

DACHSER has spent over US$8.5 million to expand the handling area of its logistics centre in Bremen, Germany to prepare the facility for potential growth in the future.

The floor space is now around 3,300 m²and the extension building for the European Logistics business line now offers more space for handling industrial and consumer goods, according to the company.

The additional floor space on Senator-Blase-Str. was brought into operation at the beginning of January.

DACHSER logistics centre in Bremen now boasts a total of 12,000 m² of transit terminal space, while the terminal features 132 gates, 30 of them new, for the loading and unloading of trucks.

Moreover, the logistics centre now has a total area of just under 74,000m².

DACHSER noted that investments include preparations for the use of electric vehicles. For this purpose, eight charge spots for electric cars and four charge spots for electric trucks have been newly installed and an additional control center has also been created to assist drivers.





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