UPS has recently increased three of its facilities within Germany and the Netherlands. The US parcel delivery giant has added 20,000 square metres to its network throughout the three sites which are located in Krefeld and Butzbach in Germany, and Venlo, the Netherlands. UPS has said the expansion has been influenced by increasing demand from its customers.
Vice President of UPS Contract Logistics Europe, Harld Paters, has said: “We continue to expand our contract logistics reach and capabilities in Europe to serve the growing demands of our B2B and B2C customers.”
The Krefeld facility, located North West of Dusseldorf, has had an additional 5,000 square metres built to help provide a larger capacity for customer growth. Moreover, the Butzbach facility has had a 7,000 square metre expansion, while UPS’s Venlo facility situated in the Netherlands has had an 8,500 square metres added.
UPS facilities provide numerous services, including warehousing, inventory and parts repair, as well as returns management and same-day delivery.