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New Cross Dock facility for NYK Logistics (Belgium)

NYK Logistics (Belgium) expands cross-dock potential by moving to a new location

As of December 4th, NYK Logistics (Belgium) will provide its cross-dock activities out of a new location in Sint Katelijne Waver. With a surface of 3.750 m² and 26 loading docks, this site offers various possibilities to optimise the current night distribution network. At the same time the warehouse offers a solution for the continuously growing volumes of both existing as new customers.



By moving to this new facility, the former cross-dock in Mechelen is permanently closed. All employees will continue working in the new facility in Sint Katelijne Waver.



With its extensive network of hubs and platforms, the NYK Business Unit “Night Distribution” offers possibilities for the distribution of automotive parts and accessories all over the Benelux and France.



Numerous automotive manufacturers deliver from 6 pm to 11 pm the parts that were ordered during the day to the cross-dock centre. The items are sorted out and consolidated in a distribution truck, based on their destination. These trucks will make the final delivery to garages and technicians over night. In this way NYK Logistics (Belgium) delivers the right part at the right place in the right time, resulting in a guaranteed service level to the end user.



NYK Logistics (Belgium)’s extensive expertise in the field of automotive has resulted in many renowned companies choosing for NYK. Not only for the distribution of the parts, but also for the warehousing of them.





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