Kuehne+Nagel opens fourth temperature controlled warehouse in Ireland

Kuehne+Nagel Ireland will open a temperature-controlled facility to meet the growing demands of the country’s thriving healthcare industry. The site, scheduled to open in late July 2022, is strategically located near the Dublin airport and Dublin port. Along with three existing healthcare warehouses, it expands Kuehne+Nagel’s healthcare footprint in Ireland to  40,000 sqm. 

It supports long-term collaborative partnerships with major players in the industry, enabling them to focus on core production and R&D activities. 

The new HPRA-approved facility has been optimised for all storage, distribution, and quality activities. The facility uses energy-efficient equipment to maintain the warehouse at a controlled temperature between 15-25 degrees Celsius, and will house 34,000 Euro-pallet positions with segregated loading and unloading gates. 

Commenting on the expansion, Pamela Quinn, Managing Director of Kuehne+Nagel Ireland, says: “Pharma & Healthcare companies in Ireland are at the forefront of the research and development of advanced treatments and therapies. This new facility enables Kuehne+Nagel to support the incredible progress and we are proud to be the partners for some of the largest multinationals and companies within this industry”. 

Kuehne+Nagel Ireland today employs over 450 people. In addition to Contract Logistics, the company has a strong presence in Road Logistics, Sea Logistics and Air Logistics (with offices in Cork, Shannon and Dublin) as well as an Integrated Logistics team managing regional and global contracts for 4PL customers with a primary focus on healthcare, high-tech and consumer goods. 

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