It has entered into an agreement with Genk Green Logistics to build the facility, which is ideally positioned to accommodate the import and export of goods requiring storage for international deep-sea routes and to the UK via both the English Channel and North Sea.

The warehouse will be constructed on a carbon-neutral site and designed to meet BREEAM ‘Excellent’.

“This new warehouse capacity at Genk is a vital addition to our port-centric logistics strategy and growing pan-European intermodal network,” said Mark Mulder, P&O Ferrymaster Contract Logistics Director. “Specifically tailored to meet the evolving requirements of customers, the facility will provide the greater operational flexibility and capacity required to reinforce resilience in crucial, time-sensitive supply chains.”