Meyle to invest 40 million in future-proofing

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The move will double Meyle's storage capacity at the site

Meyle is expanding its warehouse in Hamburg in a move that will almost double its storage capacity at the site.

The diggers began rolling on the site in June and construction is now well under way. On completing the ambitious expansion Meyle will enjoy space for 56,000 pallets. The company says its expansion will help it to further expand its product offering while maximizing part availability.

The company’s plans don’t stop any time soon, either. Meyle says it will invest about 40 million euros in the next three to five years in future-proofing its operations. Besides increasing the size of its warehouse, the company us also planning to set up a new training centre plus new offices.

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