Newly built distribution centre
Commissioned by WDP, Hercuton has realised a distribution centre of approx. 20,000 m² turn-key at Bedrijvenpark Hoeksche Waard in Heinenoord. The new building is intended for, among others, NewCorp Logistics.
WDP purchased a plot of 30,000 m² at Bedrijvenpark Hoeksche Waard for this development. The development consists of an industrial hall with mezzanine including VAL space, offices and outdoor area. The new distribution centre with modern facilities will be used as storage and transhipment space for excisable goods and food products. The design originates from Hercuton.
Over the years, Hercuton has proven to be a reliable and specialist party for projects of this size. They have been closely involved in this new building since the early stages. The hybrid building consists of a steel construction with sandwich panels and a concrete plinth all around. There are 21 docks. Striking is the fact that the distribution centre is located in the middle with offices on both sides.
About NewCorp Logistics BV
NewCorp Logistics is originally an Old-Beijerlands company. It takes care of the logistics of, among other things, customs goods for its customers and arranges transport to more than 60 countries. NewCorp is characterized by its professional approach and flexibility. Customer satisfaction is of paramount importance.
After a thorough inventory NewCorp has decided to build its new distribution centre at Bedrijvenpark Hoeksche worth. Jasper van Luik, Director NewCorp Logistics, says: “At the business park we can develop the business premises we need to support our international customers well. With this move, we are not only moving forward as a company, but we expect to create at least 50 extra jobs”.
WDP develops and invests in logistics real estate (warehouses and offices) and has over 3.5 million m² of properties in its portfolio. This international patrimony of semi-industrial and logistics buildings is spread over more than 180 locations at logistics hubs for storage and distribution in Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Luxembourg and Romania.