FedEx are set to build a new high-tech logistics facility in Dublin by 2025.
The new building will serve as the primary FedEx office in Ireland and house a number of crucial functions, including pickup and delivery, clearing teams and other related operations. The new facility is thought to be a logical step as Ireland stakes its claim in the global market, exporting goods worth more than £165 billion in 2021.
The building has a warehouse with a floor area of more than 14,000 square meters, 30 truck loading bays, and more than 130 spaces for vans. To fulfill the NZEB (Nearly Zero Energy Building) standard—which means that a building has a high energy performance, with reduced energy output covered by renewable sources—the facility will also have a number of sustainable design elements, including the use of double-glazed windows, insulated ceiling and wall panels, and roof solar panels.
FedEx will continue to offer a rapid and dependable service for Irish companies doing business locally or internationally, according to Mike Roche, the managing director of FedEx Express in Ireland, with potential for future growth.
Source: Post & Parcel