Designed according to uniform technical standards, the Fiege Group operates numerous "mega centers" across Europe for the distribution of all kinds of different goods. The company's most recent new buildings include the Mega Center Bremen II at the freight terminal in the Hanseatic city on the River Weser.
The Bremen II complex has a maximum capacity of 58,000 pallet spaces and was constructed specifically to cater for the requirements of Fiege's customers in Bremen. At the Bremen site, Fiege has been active for more than 50 years as one of Europe's largest logistics service providers and with the new building it expanded its capacities at the site to create another 37,000 square metres of storage space. When it comes to the dispatch of production from two FMCG producers, for example, a lorry with room to store 33 pallets can be fully unloaded within the space of five to eight minutes by an automatic unloading system (walking floor). In the construction of the Mega Center Bremen II, great consideration was also given to aspects of ecological construction. On the sprawling site, biotopes were created to compensate for the areas of land which were built on.
The Mega Center Bremen II was constructed as a precast reinforced concrete structure with trapezoidal steel sheets and hard roofing. The façade is made up of precast reinforced concrete parts and a steel cassette panel wall.
For the building of the Fiege Mega Center Bremen II, JORDAHL GmbH supplied JORDAHL® profiled metal sheet channels JTB for connecting the trapezoidal metal sheets to the reinforced concrete components.