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DUNKERQUE, France: October 22, 2018. Work has begun on the Port of Dunkerque's 24/7 Frost Warehouse.

Frost warehouseFor more than 50 years the Lamaire Company based in Belgium has been one of the leading companies in West Flanders for potato trading on European and international export markets, both in fresh and industrial foods. The company has recently taken an agro-industrial turn with the construction of an I-Fry brand french fries factory.

Lamaire produces frozen french fries for export via in refrigerated containers or temperature-controlled trucks from a production site based in Vleteren, Belgium.

In order to control its own logistics and to benefit from more favourable transport conditions, through its French subsidiary 24H Frost, the Lamaire company decided to set up shop in Dunkerque to build and operate its own cold storage warehouse located near the container terminals and ferries of the Western Port.

This new 20 metre-high warehouse will be built on 6,000 sq. m with a freezer volume of 80,000 m3 and a capacity of 10,600 pallets.

Pictured: Patrice Vergriete, president of the Urban Community of Dunkerque; François Soulet de Brugière and Stéphane Raison, respectively Chair of the board of trustees and CEO at Dunkerque-Port; Eric Rommel, Mayor of Loon-Plage; and José Lamaire, representing the 24H Frost company, laiying the foundation stone for the 24H Frost warehouse.

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