Dewulf’s home within the beating heart of Europe’s largest potato and vegetable growing region, Roeselare in Belgium, will be even more firmly rooted following the realisation of a new logistics centre. Covering 7,800sq.m, the new facility will be built on a total area of 12,000sq.m. Costing in the region of €9.5 million, when completed sometime towards the end of 2017, the existing production and the new building will be connected by a road bridge. Forklifts crossing the road will now definitely be a thing of the past, and the company says the new logistics centre will improve efficiency, improve stock optimisations and contribute to a higher production capacity. The modular design of the new building provides for an additional floor to be added above the existing infrastructure in the future.  Dewulf has three production in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Rumania, employs 275 people, makes 1,800 machines a year and generates a turnover of around €69 million.