Van Moer Logistics opened his first warehouse abroad in Timisoara (South-West Romania) in July 2013, with a modest capacity of 2.300 m2 (now expended to 8.000 M2) .
Followed by the warehouse in Sibiu 2 years later with a capacity of 2.000 m2.
With the addition of the warehouse in Bucharest in 2016 (5.000 M2), Van Moer Logistics established its third international facility.
New warehouse Timisoara
Recently the activities in Timisoara found a new residence in a brand new A1 warehouse, lifting the total Romanian capacity up to 15.000 m2.
Next to ambient warehousing and logistic services, the Romanian division now also offers temperate controlled logistics. A special cold & freezing infrastructure was implemented due to specific customer needs, making it possible to store and handle goods between 2°C – 5°C and -18°C – -23°C. Van Moer Logistics Romania stands for a 1 Stop Shop concept by offering international transport between the Van Moer warehouses, storage, value added logistics and other services such as domestic distribution.
A tailored made Warehouse Management System, using barcode scanning systems assures an accurate and transparent goods/document flow for the clients.
Around 150 people are employed in Romania, performing warehouse, logistic and transport activities.
“We are excited about the growth of the Romanian division, offering a broader service package to local Romanian and international clients” according to Country Manager Marc Paulissen.
“The Belgian facilities are also experiencing a tremendous growth, warehouse capacity has doubled within the Port of Antwerp over the past 3 years, so It’s fair to say that Van Moer Logistics is building an ambitious and international future” thus says Jo Van Moer.