In 2016 Google has started the construction of a new datacenter in the Eemshaven; by mid 2017 the datacenter should be up and running. By then the current datacenter will be replaced and the capacity will have multiplied many times.
Recently ForestField Logistics has organized, in co-operation with her partners, a large amount of transports from Googles current datacenter in the Eemshaven. The larger part of the devices have been transported with sealed box-trailers to a location near Schiphol, Amsterdam Airport, where all goods have been sorted and checked. From there the devices have been shipped via Schiphol and Rotterdam to various locations around the world.
Jeroen Bos, founder and owner of ForestField Logistics : “We are proud to have been asked to become partner in this project. Together we have, within a relatively short preparation-time, managed to finish this project.
All to the full statisfaction of the client!”