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Bolloré Logistics announces the establishment of its largest logistics centre in Europe dedicated to the pharmaceutical industry at Strasbourg Airport

Puteaux. 29 April 2021

Bolloré Logistics and Strasbourg Airport today announced the launch of a major real estate project: the construction of a logistics centre dedicated to the pharmaceutical industry on the Skyparc, Strasbourg Airport’s business park.

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The 10,000 m², temperature-controlled warehouse, operated by Bolloré Logistics under its own name, will receive its first flows of pharmaceutical products in January 2022.

Its location close to airport facilities, freight operators, airlines, customs, and police forces, will help to streamline operations while providing excellent motorway connections. It will consist of two temperature-controlled cells, at +2°/+8°C and +15°/+25°C, reserved for high-value-added storage and logistics operations including the processing of export flows by air. 

Two pharmacists affiliated to Bolloré Logistics Solutions will also be present on site, responsible for ensuring that operations are processed in accordance with the public health code and good distribution practices. This new logistics platform will receive the international TAPA FSR B security certification and BREEAM® Very Good certification for its high level of environmental performance as soon as it comes into service.

Brice Bellin

Healthcare & Life Science Director for Europe at Bolloré Logistics

With this new logistics centre, the largest in our pharmaceutical network, Bolloré Logistics demonstrates its ambition to continue investing in Europe with the creation of new platforms built on this model. This infrastructure, which integrates into a secure and innovative environment, will also allow us to support our customers in the expansion of their activity related to the arrival of new products

This project is emblematic of Strasbourg Airport’s strategic plan: to create lasting value for its customers and the region, while accelerating the adaptation of the airport business model to the consequences of the health crisis and the challenges of the future. 


Renaud Paubelle

CEO of Strasbourg Airport

The health crisis leads us to rethink our economic model, particularly in terms of leveraging the available land in an efficient and sustainable way. The Bolloré Logistics project for a logistics centre dedicated to the pharmaceutical industry represents a new step that anchors Strasbourg Airport more than ever to the heart of regional economic development and current events, at this time when the health of all is everyone’s business,

About Bolloré Logistics

Bolloré Logistics is a major international supply chain operator and ranks among the world’s top ten transport and logistics groups with an integrated network of 600 agencies in 109 countries. Placing customers at the heart of its strategy, Bolloré Logistics is committed to designing innovative, robust and agile solutions. Through the reliable management of the entire supply chain, the company has developed a high level of resilience enabling it to control risks by securing transport plans through alternative options and to lead a continuous improvement policy over the long term while acting as an ethical and responsible player.

About Strasbourg Airport

Located 12 km from Strasbourg, the capital of Europe, Strasbourg Airport is a multi-modal international airport platform that welcomes some 1.3 million passengers each year. The airport is home to 15 airlines, connects to the main European hubs, and offers more than 50 national and international destinations. 

The Skyparc, the airport’s business park with a 45 ha land reserve, is ideally positioned in a fast-developing area; the extensions to the Holtzheim and Entzheim business areas place it at the heart of a competitive centre of regional economic development. With a strong focus on aeronautics and transportation, the Skyparc is home to more than 70 companies, and nearly 1,000 people work there.


Press contacts:

Cindy Patan, Media Relations Manager - Bolloré Transport & Logistics
Tel +33 (0)1 46 96 49 75 / +33 (0)7 72 40 49 75 – cindy.patan(at)bollore.com

Adeline Durand, Global communication Manager – Bolloré Logistics
Tel +33 1 46 96 17 21 - adeline.durand(at)bollore.com

Violaine Segura, Communication and Press Relations Manager – Strasbourg Airport
T +33 3 88 64 69 54 – v.segura(at)strasbourg.aeroport.fr