Press Release

DACHSER Rheine expands capacity

DACHSER’s Rheine logistics center is creating more space for storage and value-added services

Construction is underway close to the company's site on a new distribution centre, which will come into operation in October 2020. The heart of the facility on Sandkampstrasse is a 20,800 m2 logistics terminal with 26 loading gates for trucks and up to 36,800 pallet spaces. In addition, there is some 1,200 m2 of office space.

DACHSER expands its capacities in Rheine
DACHSER expands its capacities in Rheine

DACHSER Rheine will use this modern new facility to consolidate existing warehouse locations in the surrounding area while ensuring additional capacity for future growth. This enables the logistics provider to optimise transport flows and operating conditions. The new distribution centre will be operated for customers in various sectors, including the manufacturing industry, healthcare, DIY, and the textile trade.

A strong local economy, good availability of qualified workers, and favorable transport connections make Rheine and the Münsterland region an ideal location for integrated logistics services.

Markus Dodt, General Manager DACHSER's Rheine logistics centre

In addition to warehousing, picking, and shipping goods, the employees will provide additional services such as display building, repackaging, special labeling, assembly work, and returns handling, depending on customer requirements.

The ideal location

“In the warehousing segment, we’re seeing continued growth and increasing demand in the region,” says Markus Dodt, General Manager of DACHSER’s Rheine logistics center. “A strong local economy, good availability of qualified workers, and favourable transport connections make Rheine and the Münsterland region an ideal location for integrated logistics services.”

DACHSER has been present in Rheine since 1990 and currently employs 390 people there. Of these, 60 employees will be transferring to the new location, and a further 60 jobs will be created there in the medium term. 

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