DHL Freight, one of Europe’s leading road freight providers, has broken ground on a new terminal in Berlin-Marienfelde. The new terminal will expand and strengthen the company’s network in the Berlin area and underscores its commitment to sustainability.
The new terminal will cover an area of 5,200 square meters and will feature 49 loading bays, an office building, and a variety of sustainable features, such as electric forklifts, natural gas-powered (CNG) vehicles, and solar panels.
“I am proud of the fact that this new terminal not only expands our network, but also underscores our commitment to more sustainable logistics,” said Thomas Vogel, CEO of DHL Freight DACH, UK & IE. “In complete alignment with our sustainability strategy, we at DHL Freight want to lead by example – not only in the area of transport with the use of alternative drive technologies, but also in the construction and operation of our terminals.”
The new terminal is expected to be completed in mid-2024.
Key benefits of the new terminal:
Overall, the new DHL Freight terminal in Berlin-Marienfelde is a significant investment that will benefit both the company and its customers.Return to Articles