State-of-the-art Air Cargo Warehouse for CargoCity South
Fraport is using the construction of the warehouse to reduce the CO2 footprint at their Frankfurt site. The largest photovoltaic system in the entire airport is being built on the roof. It can produce around 1.5 million kilowatt hours of electricity, enough to supply 450 households of four people with electricity for a year. This independently generated renewable energy flows directly into the Fraport power grid.
The planning of the most modern warehouse at Frankfurt Airport was carried out by M&P Architects from Hünstetten-Kesselbach, who have already designed air freight warehouses in other locations across Europe. “This prior experience, combined with modular industrial construction and our expertise in construction project development, particularly in the logistics field, are the decisive factors for the success of the project,” says Jan Sieben, Head of Real Estate Development at Fraport AG.
Fraport has further expansion areas in CargoCity South, where more air cargo warehouses will be built in the future.
Photos: Fraport AG, Ralf Graner Photodesign