Menlo extends Amsterdam high tech operations


Menlo Logistics announced that it is to open a third facility in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The 15,200 sq m warehouse in the Westpoort area of the city came into operation in August 2014 and is dedicated to fulfilling a wide range of value-added services for a global client in the high tech sector.

Menlo’s General Manager in Amsterdam, Bart Roters welcomed the expansion, “We are of course delighted that our client is entrusting Menlo with the increased supply of logistics services. But, most significantly an expansion of the complex portfolio of value-added services that complement the client’s sophisticated supply chain infrastructure here in Europe.”

In addition to repackaging of product and testing for malfunctions, Menlo also runs materials requirement planning for the packaging demands of the client throughout the European market and arranges just in time delivery to production sites in the region. Menlo also supports scrapping and dismantling processes as required.

The new Westpoort location is TAPA A certified, has 12 loading docks and eight metres of working space height. It is Menlo’s third Amsterdam facility as it is additional to existing facilities at Schipol-Rijk.

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