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Sesé’s new multimodal logistics centre in Madrid

Sesé’s new multimodal logistics centre in Madrid

  • The new facility has 15,000 square metres and 16 loading bays
  • Sesé has invested 16 million euros in this new logistics centre
  • Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM) certified

Sesé starts work on its new multimodal logistics centre in Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid, with 15,000 square metres of warehouse space available and 16 loading bays. The company has carried out the design, construction and commissioning of the project with an investment of 16 million euros.

Sesé is committed to the creation of multimodal centres that will not only be capable of providing storage, picking or sequencing services, but also maximum added value and optimisation of its customers’ supply chain. In this way, the new centre is also conceived as a second-line logistics centre in which to carry out the deconsolidation and consolidation of air freight for its subsequent distribution to Madrid airport, where Sesé has its own first-line logistics facilities as a handling agent. 

The space is currently dedicated to the retail sector and textile industry, although it is designed to provide any type of customised solution for the reception of goods; management of customs procedures; preparation for dispatch; quality control and subsequent dispatch of goods for national and international customers under the customs regulations for imported goods.

Accordingly, Jordi Romero, Sesé’s corporate director of Logistics, emphasised that, “The supply chain is undergoing a transformation that requires a high capacity for adaptation and flexibility. The customisation of logistics solutions and services has become a key factor in bringing added value to our customers”.

The most sustainable logistics centre

This multimodal centre has energy-saving systems such as low-consumption LED lighting; presence control and intensity graduation to avoid unnecessary power consumption, as well as photovoltaic installation and chargers for electric vehicles, among other initiatives. Additionally, during the construction process, an exhaustive control of the origin of materials, their transport and waste management has been carried out.

All this has enabled the centre to obtain the BREEAM sustainability certification, the world’s leading assessment and certification method for logistics assets that measures, evaluates and weighs the sustainability levels of a building, both in the design phase and in the execution and maintenance phases.