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SDV announced that its S$55-million “green” warehouse in Singapore will be completed in August.

Yves Laforgue, Managing Director of SDV in Singapore, said, “The purpose of this 42,000 sqm investment was twofold: First to consolidate and support our customers’ growth in the years to come, and second to build and operate this facility in a way that would meet both our and the clients’ values in terms of Sustainable Development”.

The project is in line with SDV’s environmental customer solution SAVE PROGRAM”, which aims to design eco-solutions to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

In March 2012, the four-storey ramp-up warehouse, including nine floors of production and office space, became the first one to secure Green Mark Platinum accreditation from the Building & Construction Authority of Singapore.

It will also be the largest logistics center in Asia to obtain the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold certification developed by the US Green Building Council.

The site follows stringent specifications and construction practices and conforms with a scope of materials and equipment that are eco-friendly either in products used for their construction, or in energy savings generated.

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