Nomeco builds super warehouse in Greater Copenhagen

The large German-owned pharmaceutical wholesaler, Nomeco, is building Northern Europe’s largest and most modern pharmaceutical warehouse in Greater Copenhagen.

Nomeco, owned by the German PHOENIX Group, delivering drugs to pharmacies, hospitals and the pharmaceutical industry, is building a 100,000 square meters large warehouse as part of the Scandinavian Transport Centre (STC) in Køge, Greater Copenhagen.

At the gateway to Scandinavia
The new pharmaceutical warehouse will be Scandinavia’s largest, and it is a testament to the city of Køge’s position as a leading Scandinavian logistics hub.

“The location is perfect – both in terms of geography and infrastructure. The new facilities will be a central warehouse and distribution centre for the international pharmaceutical industry in the Nordics. The drugs typically arrive from Southern Europe going further North, and our new warehouse will be strategically placed at the gateway to the Nordic countries, not least when the Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link is ready in 2021,” said Per Hansen, Logistics Director, Nomeco.  

Clinical trials, repackaging and administration

The fully automated warehouse will be more than 30 meters in height with room for more than 50,000 pallets, and the buildings will be the size of three football fields. The site will hold headquarters and administration for Nomeco’s division Nomeco HealthCare Logistics, in addition to the warehouse, handling clinical trials, repackaging of pharmaceuticals and other services towards the pharmaceutical industry.

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