New €25 million HOYER complex up and running

HOYER’s newly-built logistics centre will help develop comprehensive supply chain solutions in contract logistics.
The new 38,000 m2 logistics centre in the Dormagen Chempark is one of the biggest, most complex supply chain projects managed by the company.
After a construction phase of around two years, the facilities on the previously unused site were gradually brought into operation earlier in the summer.
The building project’s design was preceded by extensive analyses of customers’ needs and their supply chain processes. Around 20 employees in five facilities now ensure smoothly-running processes along the supply chain of the local chemical industry.
Ulrich Grätz, global director, supply chain solutions (SCS) at HOYER Group, said: “The logistics centre is entirely built and structured according to customers’ differentiated needs.
“Extensive analysis, discussions and tightly scheduled project management formed the basis. Despite minor delays due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are very satisfied.”
HOYER invested around €25 million in the logistics centre. Around 20 employees operate state-of-the-art equipment on the site.
The complex consists of a total of five subdivisions.
The HOYER Group is currently represented in more than 30 different international chemicals producers’ plants, including at several sites in Germany, China and Saudi-Arabia.

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