Since 2004, we have been building and developing facilities that are specifically designed for efficient handling of large volumes of goods. This means we have the cutting-edge expertise required to meet customers’ unique needs and deliver tailor-made logistics and industrial buildings.
Logistics customers can have many different needs. A third-party logistics specialist that needs facilities for cargo reloading and warehousing. An online retailer that needs a warehouse, distribution centre and office. A wholesaler that needs a regional or national central warehouse. Common to all of them is a need for large areas and well-planned logistics management.
The logistics buildings that we originally specialised in are also very suitable for light industry. Industrial needs often coincide with those of logistics facilities, e.g. with regard to goods reception and outbound delivery. The difference lies in the processing that goes on inside the building. Batteries for the automotive industry, hydraulic equipment, insulation, recycling of IT supplies and sheet metal building components are a few examples of what our industrial customers deal with.
ATTENTION TO DETAIL
When we build for the logistics and industrial market, the end product should, of course, be logical, efficient and convenient. In addition, it must be stable and durable so that heavy pallets can be loaded and unloaded without wear and tear on the premises. However, we would like to add another dimension because we believe that job satisfaction is largely linked to the fact that people appreciate spending time in attractive modern premises.
We therefore work in collaboration with the architect and the tenant to determine how the premises can also be designed from an aesthetic perspective. Our goal is to create a contrast to the extremely square exterior that is the foundation of an efficient facility and we do so by paying attention to colour, shape, materials and details.