Neele-Vat Logistics specializes in warehousing of hazardous goods, in accordance with the PGS 15 guidelines. We are constantly investing in improving and expanding PGS 15 storage. In mid 2019 we will therefore open our third, high-quality technological warehouse on the Maasvlakte. This new distribution center of ± 21,000 m² will be specialized for the storage of merchandise and packed dangerous goods. Unique to this warehouse is the filling, packaging, mixing and storage of liquid chemical products.
In total, ± 6000 m² will be set up for the storage of hazardous goods in accordance with PGS 15. The 3 compartments and the shipping zone, with a total of 9 docks, will be monitored with a CO2 extinguishing system. In addition, ± 12,500 m² will be suitable for storing merchandise, which will also be monitored with a sprinkler system. The hull will partly consist of a concrete construction and partly of a steel construction. The façade will be finished with a concrete plinth and steel sandwich plating.
Unique to this warehouse is the filling, packaging, mixing and storage of liquid chemical products which is integrated in ± 1500 m² of the warehouse. Every year 75,000 to 100,000 cargo is expected to pass through the complex, for Rotterdam partly new cargo.
Neele-Vat already has two other warehouses at the Maasvlakte. By combining these three locations, we now have a total of 60,000 m² of storage and warehousing capacity, approximately 100,000 euro pallet spaces and a 13,000 m² full service terminal.
Activities new location
Refrigerated storage of hazardous substances
For some products it is necessary to store them refrigerated. This is to guarantee the shelf life or to prevent chemical reactions taking place. We have 30 years of experience with refrigerated storage. Because of our focus on safety and quality, we are a smooth link in your supply chain. We will also set up a cold store at this new location. We will focus here on the storage of temperature controlled chemicals.
Filling, packaging, mixing and storage
With the newest building on the Maasvlakte, our services will be expanded with the packaging and repacking of your (liquid) chemicals. Whether it is packing full cars to IBCs, cans or barrels. We willing to see if we can provide a solution for your product.
Specifications new warehouse
- 21,000 m2 of surface warehousing
- 30 loadingdocks
- 100,000 tons of capacity blending & filling
- 3 Bunkers
- Specifications all warehouses
- 100,000 Pallet sites
- 66 Loadingdocks
- 3 Extinguishing installations (foam, co2 and water)
- 14 PGS-15 Bunkers
Would you like more information about the storage of dangerous goods? Contact Joost Mooijweer.
Business Development Manager
+31 (0) 85 065 7385
Neele-Vat Logistics has started construction on a brand-new ADR distribution centre on Maasvlakte. Paul Neele, son of CEO Ron Neele, drove the first pile on June 17th in the presence of over 100 colleagues. It will be the largest warehouse in the Netherlands for packaged dangerous goods (ADR): sustainably built, equipped with the best technologies available and run by specialist employees. Neele-Vat Logistics will start using the additional storage space in December 2015.
The new distribution centre on Maasvlakte has more than 20,000 ADR pallet positions (divided into seven compartments configured in accordance with the PGS 15 directive), a highly innovative extinguisher system based on CO2 and an office within the building covering a total of approximately 14,000 m². With this expansion, Neele-Vat Logistics is doubling its total ADR storage space up to 40,000 pallet positions. The new building will be located beside the existing ADR warehouse on Maasvlakte.
Storage of dangerous goods is a growth market
”With this investment, we are strengthening our position”, says Cuno Vat, Director of Neele-Vat Logistics. “There is a lot happening in the dangerous goods market. More and more products are being designated as dangerous. In addition, the storage requirements are being more strictly enforced and storage must take place as far as possible from any residential areas. You can’t get further away than Maasvlakte”.
The first pile was driven on June 17th.
Here are some pictures: