Denmark-based logistics company DSV opens new facility in Monterrey

Danish transport and logistics company DSV announced the opening of a new 20,000 square meter warehouse, located a few miles from Monterrey International Airport and next to the main highway to Saltillo and to Mexico City – a key transport corridor for Mexico’s automotive industry. 

 “Our international customers will benefit from a truly state-of-the-art warehousing option at this location – managed and staffed by our own DSV employees,” said Juan Carlos Castellanos, Solutions Manager at DSV in Mexico.

The warehouse, located at the Monterrey Technology Park, offers a variety of services, including warehousing and value-added services such as inspections and re-works undertaken by DSV’s own staff.

“This is the first of three warehouse consolidation projects we are working on in Mexico. This consolidation will help the Mexican region position itself for growth and synergies,” added Marcela Villareal, Sales Manager at DSV.

The new warehouse replaces two old warehouses each the size of 100,000 square feet. All existing customers were transferred from the old warehouses with no problems or downtime.

“We are looking forward to exceeding our customers’ expectations and serving their needs. This new warehouse is an exciting step in growing DSV’s presence in Mexico,” concluded Reyvid Villega, Vice President Solutions in DSV Mexico.

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