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Heineken Deutschland contracts Bohnen Logistik

The contract logistics service provider Bohnen Logistik belongs to the duisport group and it has been operating a modern central warehouse in the Westphalian city of Werne as of the 1st of March 2019. It operates this warehouse on behalf of Heineken Deutschland GmbH and the warehouse contains beer and wine products.
Anton Relyovski, Supply Chain Director at Heineken Deutschland, had the following to say: “The logistics market is becoming more and more complicated and it is presenting even a company such as ours with brand new challenges. As such, we are all the more excited to have found a partner in Bohnen Logistik that can assist us in carrying out our plans to grow sustainably in Germany.”

Bohnen Logistik has developed the logistics concept along with Heineken Deutschland and with it, they have created a solution for Heineken Deutschland that is both sustainable and fit for the future. Bohnen Logistik will handle the disposal of production waste for the Heineken breweries using its own vehicles. Alongside that, the company will work in the 15,000 square meter German central warehouse, taking care of storage and picking and packing as well as delivery of several hundred items of keg and case goods for Heineken Deutschland.

duisport’s Managing Director, Erich Staake, said: “Bohnen Logistik has decades of experience as a logistics service provider in the drinks industry. We are proud of the fact that our company will now take care of logistics for the German subsidiary of Europe’s largest beer brewery Heineken.”

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The first vehicles that have been retrofitted for the environmentally-friendly liquefied natural gas (LNG) are now in operation in the Port of Duisburg. They consist of a reach stacker and a terminal tractor in use at logport III in Duisburg-Hohenbudberg. The vehicles are filled with a mobile LNG fueling system.

The retrofitting of the vehicles forms a part of a joint research project undertaken by duisport, RWE Supply & Trading and Universität Duisburg-Essen, which is designed to increase the use of LNG as a replacement for diesel in the Port of Duisburg. Because of its trend-setting innovative potential, this LNG infrastructure project is also supported by the European Fund for Regional Development in the amount of EUR 740,000.

“We will consistently pursue the expansion of the LNG infrastructure in the Port of Duisburg. With this initiative, we can make an important contribution to environmental policy,” says duisport's Chief Executive Officer Erich Staake.

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