Parcel delivery company DPD opened a distribution point in the Netherlands, which is capable of delivering 12000 packages every day. This facility at Veenendaal is designed by keeping durability in mind, like carbon free offices and they will be using 1500 latest sorting machines from Vanderlande company.
This will become a centrally located transfer area for the Netherlands which will be incorporating recent happenings of the depot in Ede, that has grown continuously in the field of parcel volume.
Michael van Ooijen, chief executive, Parcel delivery company DPD Netherlands told that besides the development of our distribution unit we need more capacity to transfer. So this hub was decided to transfer to Veenendaal.
The office of Parcel delivery company DPD, Netherland in Best situated at North Brabant will be company’s international transfer point. It will have 11000 sm of space and in addition 1300 sm of office space. Both will be having designs apt for energy efficiency.
The Crossorter 1500 machine also focus on energy conservation, which allows processing of mixed movement of large and small parcels, 2 and 3 at a second.
With the help of this system Parcel delivery company DPD is hoping to improve the performance along with cost cutting and environmental effect, told Michiel Peters, chief executive and president of Vandelande. The new hub has the ability to be expanded easily, with extra capacity for loading much smaller parcels