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Industry : Logistics & Stockpiling

Logistics allows the transport of production and consumer goods through dedicated or exchange platforms given the geographical zone, in terms of volume of palettes. The delivery service, for its part, dispatches all kinds of goods, through depots or warehouses equipped with light or medium-heavy racks to group products by area of delivery.

Freight and goods architecture

At KDA, the design of logistics buildings, delivery services or mixed-use buildings, goes through rigorous analysis that creates, from the first sketch, perfect synergy between client and architect. The designed building is therefore the most suitable solution regarding its use and the rationalisation of the tasks and circulation.

KDA can recommend a number of specific and dedicated developments, interpret what the owner’s customers want, and advise on safety solutions.

Depots house all kinds of goods. KDA helps investors plan their depot projects and also space optimisation in relation to the distribution of racks in order to optimise the number of palettes stored. The definition of platforms and their equipment, with materials chosen by KDA, guarantees flawless operation. KDA is specialised in the design of depots for heavy storage, cold-storage facilities equipped for both positive and negative temperatures and in the installation of racks and cantilevers of all types, in Europe, Africa and Asia, as well as in France’s overseas territories.

KDA: a partner for logisticians and warehouskeepers

Haulage contractors and distributors will always find a person to speak to at KDA, ready to engage the right synergy in order to find a solution to enlarge, modify, redevelop or build their storage warehouse, freight platform, or even their maintenance room for trailers and tractors.

KDA also designs flat silos (bulk storage), vertical silos, concrete plants, reservoirs (for water and chemical products), asphalt plants, underground storage centres beneath all types of terrain, and carbon storage centres (CO2).


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