UPS opens Zaragoza hub


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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