UPS opens Zaragoza hub

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UPS has officially opened its new package sorting and delivery facility in Zaragoza, Spain. Occupying more than 4,000sq m, the new operation can sort 3,000 packages per hour, a 30% increase compared to the previous facility, thanks to updated processing technology. •

Some 70% of Spain’s GDP and 50% of its population are located within a 300km radius of the facility, which has strong connections to Barcelona, Valencia, Madrid and the Basque provinces

Other recent investments by UPS in Spain include a €40 million hub in Barcelona. UPS’s subsidiary Bomi Group, also opened a new €18 million GMP- and GDPcompliant healthcare storage and distribution facility in Madrid

Pictured left to right: Romina Lorenzo, country manager, Iberia; Raquel Campos, director of strategic planning and logistics Aragón Government; and Margarita Sacristan, center supervisor, UPS.

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