SEKO Logistics opens new Amsterdam facility

The new facility has double the space of SEKO’s previous Amsterdam locations.

SEKO Logistics has opened a new facility at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Logistics Park.

The new 80,000 facility doubles the size of SEKO’s previous locations in Amsterdam and is the company’s second largest operation in Europe. It also brings the entire service offering under one roof for customers using SEKO’s cross-border eCommerce, Omni-Channel and international transportation and fulfilment solutions.

In a statement issued on Thursday (15 February), SEKO saild: “The Amsterdam operation provides a further distribution channel into Europe for U.S. retailers and will help to spearhead the development of the company’s Final Mile and White Glove services across the continent.

“This investment increases SEKO’s ability to handle fulfillment for multiple wholesale, retail and eCommerce channels, including reverse logistics and returns. It will satisfy growing demand for the company’s value-added services, which include quality control checking, labelling, re-packing, adding and removing price tags, kitting and light assembly. SEKO also operates cross-dock operations for various customers in Amsterdam.”

Equipped with eight dock doors and two regular doors for collections and deliveries, the building has a capacity of 5,500 pallet positions and provides over 6,500 storage locations for individual stock units. It also incorporates a 10,000 sq ft high value storage cage and a segregated area for dangerous good shipments.

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