Bonn – DHL Freight plans to extend effectivity and high quality throughout its European community with a brand new transshipment facility close to the German metropolis of Frankfurt. The trendy freight centre will probably be constructed on the location of the previous navy air base on the industrial park in Erlensee. The venture contains of three buildings: a cross-dock terminal, a warehouse for specialty chemical substances and normal manufacturing supplies and workplace premises. These will largely be created via the refurbishment of the previous air base tower, now listed as a historic monument on the location.
The brand new 82,840 m² development venture has been designed in accordance with the newest constructing and environmental safety requirements, and consistent with Deutsche Publish DHL Group’s Sustainability Roadmap which requires all new builds to be constructed sustainably. Grass and vegetation have been included into the design of the roof to make the constructing extra sustainable. The cross-dock terminal roof harbors potential for the set up of photovoltaic panels with a capability of as much as 1 MWp (megawatt peak). The groundbreaking ceremony was attended by Thorsten Stolz, Head of Important-Kinzig District Authority, Stefan Erb, Mayor of Erlensee, Ferdinand Fäth, Managing Director Fäth Immobilien, Thomas Vogel, CEO DHL Freight DACH, Götz Hanningsmann, Web site Supervisor Erlensee terminal and Supervisor Space Central DHL Freight and Gero Schiffelmann, Member of the Administration Board DHL Freight Germany.
Below development by Fäth Immobilien, the brand new Erlensee website located within the Important-Kinzig district is conveniently situated on the freeway junctions BAB 66 and 45, and lies about 25 km from Frankfurt. Round 260 workers from DHL Freight’s Maintal terminal and DHL Freight Euronet will probably be relocated to work in Erlensee, and the variety of workers can also be anticipated to develop to round 300 within the brief to medium time period. The transfer sees DHL Freight increasing its European groupage community capability even additional to fulfill the excessive demand for highway freight transport options.
“Demand for highway transport and customised logistics continues to develop. As main logistics specialists, we’re typically one the primary factors of contact when advanced logistics requires environment friendly and efficient options. We’re constantly increasing our community to make sure we are able to meet prospects’ current and future calls for for excellence,” says Thomas Vogel, CEO DHL Freight DACH. “Capacities at our earlier website in Maintal not suffice. That’s why we’re delighted not solely to have the ability to broaden our storage and transshipment areas on the new website, however to take action by opening a contemporary, sustainable logistics middle.”
Along with a 12,000 m² cross-dock terminal, 3,800 m² of workplace area and a ten,500 m² warehouse for specialty chemical substances are additionally being constructed on the location. To create workplace area required in Erlensee, the listed monument tower situated on the previous air base within the Fliegerhorst II industrial park will endure in depth refurbishment and grow to be a part of the cargo centre. The warehouse for specialty chemical will adjust to prevailing provisions beneath Germany’s Federal Immission Management Act (BImSchG) and Ordinance on Installations Requiring a Allow (4. BImSchV) and also will meet the strictest of security requirements.
Groundbreaking ceremony for the brand new construct came about in mid-August, and completion of the logistics centre is scheduled for mid-2022. Building is being overseen by Fäth Immobilien, with Bockermann Fritze plan4building GmbH accountable for venture administration.