Terex acquires new storage warehouse in Ireland

30 March 2016



Terex Materials Processing, part of the Terex Corporation, has invested US$7.2 million (€6.35 million) in a global parts facility in Dungannon, Northern Ireland.

The new facility comprises a 956m² office block and a 5,462m² warehouse, with the addition of an external canopy. Three dock levellers are available to provide easy access for deliveries in to the warehouse.

The new facility will hold the company’s 86,000 live inventory parts which are managed by a fully automated oracle warehouse management system. The parts are stored throughout the 168 bays of high racking, which can be accessed by Hanel Lean Lifts, which have a max load tray of 250kg per tray.

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