Van der Vlist expands in Zeebrugge

06 June 2013

The machinery in the storage facility at the site in Belgium

The machinery in the storage facility at the site in Belgium

Specialist heavy transport company Van der Vlist in Belgium has expanded its site at Zeebrugge by 10,000 square metres of outdoor storage and 750 square metres of workshops.

Following the increase, Van der Vlist’s Zeebrugge site has 45,000 m² of outdoor storage, 3,000 m² of indoor warehouse storage and 2,750 m² of workshops.

According to a company spokesperson, there are also plans to increase the existing facilities for technical services, including painting, livery, washing, assembly, modification, repair and pre delivery inspection of machinery.

Speaking on the expansion, Pascal Pannier, Van der Vlist Belgium managing director, said, “With our increased capacity we are now looking to expand both our indoor and outdoor storage facilities as well as our technical services workshops, to provide a better and more efficient service to our clients.”

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