Kerry breaks ground in SG
Published: Oct 07, 2011
Singapore - Kerry Logistics is constructing a regional logistics hub in Singapore, where the building slated for completion by Q4 2012 aims to meet the growing demand from clients in Southeast Asia and Australia.
The four-storey facility will have a total area of 34,500 sq m and provide regional clients with a full range of integrated logistics services.
Robert Tan, managing director for South Asia at Kerry Logistics added that this hub will incorporate ‘green features' into the design to reduce waste and save energy.
This will include an estimated 30-35% energy savings through a design that maximises natural light and reduces the need for artificial light.
The hub will also include a rainwater harvesting system for irrigating the surrounding landscape and plants, an air-conditioning system with improved chiller efficiency, and a refrigerator with low ozone depletion properties.
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