Maersk Meishan International Logistics Center Put into operation
- Category: Ningbo Business
- Published: Monday, 27 July 2020 14:34
The picture shows the corner of the automated warehouse of Maersk Meishan International Logistics Center. (Photo by Yu Yongjun and Li Yi)
On the morning of July 15, the first phase of Maersk Meishan International Logistics Center was officially put into operation. It is reported that the total
investment of the project is about 200 million yuan, covering an area of 150 acres. It is the first fully automated warehousing project invested by Maersk Group in China.
Maersk Meishan International Logistics Center will be constructed in two phases, aiming to build a large-scale, intensive, and automated international logistics distribution center. It will develop and introduce a logistics ecosystem including international transit logistics, cross-border import and export e-commerce logistics, regional distribution, cold chain logistics and related formats. The first phase of the project has a fully automatic three-dimensional warehouse and a 12,000-square-meter general-purpose shelf warehouse, which can store 50,000 cubic meters of goods at the same time; the supporting yard area is about 40,000 square meters and can store more than 12,000 standard boxes. Among them, the automated warehouse has about 22,000 storage spaces, equipped with 10 high-rack automatic stacking machines, 40 latent AGVs, and 10 automatic warehouse unloading doors, which achieve full coverage of 5G networks.
As one of the world's largest container logistics companies and management experts in the global logistics supply chain, Maersk Group and Ningbo have a long history of cooperation. Since the establishment of the first office in Ningbo in 1996, Maersk Group has long been in a leading position in the container transportation volume of Ningbo Zhoushan Port, accounting for one-eighth of the total container volume of the port