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DyStar Colours opens new European Warehouse in Biebesheim
Sep '12
With a customer event, DyStar Colours Distribution GmbH, located in Frankfurt-Hoechst, together with 4PL Central Station Deutschland GmbH, officially started up the new European warehouse in Biebesheim. 4PL invested about 2.7 Mio Euro to establish this state-of-the-art distribution warehouse for DyStar, in which the inventory of textile dyes and textile auxiliaries is stored. In 2011 the business of DyStar Colours. 

Distribution GmbH showed double-digit growth and the new warehouse is an additional milestone to continue the company‘s expansion path.

“This investment is an important strategic step which will bring forth considerable improvement in our logistics”, says Eric Hopmann, Managing Director of DyStar Colours Distribution GmbH. 
“Our capacities from three locations can be centralized in the new warehouse which allows us to become more efficient and flexible in our customer supply process. We are happy to have found a partner in 4PL Central Station Deutschland GmbH that will support us in the future as professional logisticians.”
The chairman of the Lonsheng Group congratulates the teams of DyStar and 4Pl for the quick and successful implementation of this project.
The attendants of the event could view the modern equipment on a tour through the warehouse. The 5.000 square meter distribution center was built within 4 months. All in all, 3.000 tons of concrete and 180 tons of steel were used to build the warehouse with a 12 meter high rack system. In accordance with the special regulations for textile dyes and chemicals, a containment area for repacking liquids and equipment to stir liquids when repacking is available. 
For the DyStar group which is headquartered in Singapore, the German and European textile markets play an important role despite the crisis in Europe. As the global market leader and dyestuff specialist for the textile and leather industry, DyStar has several manufacturing sites in Europe -- in Ludwigshafen, Germany, in Portugal and in Turkey. Following the motto “Global presence – local support“, DyStar and its 2.500 employees offer ISO-certified products and extensive services.

DyStar Colours Distribution GmbH

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