Diesel Technic Iberia moves to Torrejón de Ardoz


Storage capacity expanded considerably to follow the rate of growth

The Diesel Technic Group branch moved on 1 April, 2018 to the Logistics Park Casablanca in Torrejón de Ardoz (Madrid). 

This move is a response to the continuous growth in both general demand and the range of products offered and was essential after the excellent feedback on the new range of products for transporter and the new SIEGEL Automotive brand.

With an area of 4 870 m², the new logistics premises is almost three times the size of the previous one, offering space for more than 3 000 pallet locations and over 16 000 linear metres of picking shelves. As a result of increased storage capacity and optimised logistics processes, our distribution partners in Spain and Portugal and their customers will benefit from a greater availability of items.

In addition to large storage areas, the new location, with a total area of 5 312 m², also boasts 442 m² for offices, a showroom and a meeting room specially equipped to run training courses.

Since it was founded in 2005, Diesel Technic Iberia continues to increase its sales considerably. The wide range of products of its brands DT Spare Parts and SIEGEL Automotive meets the growing demand for quality-guaranteed spare parts.

"With the new facilities, we are prepared to continue our growth and to further improve the excellent service we offer to our distribution partners. The new logistics area will allow us to store a wider range and higher quantity of items, thus we can better respond to the needs of the market. It will also allow us to be ready for new product ranges that are being developed," explains Martin Ratón, General Manager of Diesel Technic Iberia.

The capacity expansion of the Iberian branch is part of the strategic positioning of the Diesel Technic Group. The expansion of the plant in Germany is also currently in process. 

Casablanca Logistics Park was built following the most demanding technical quality specifications and is equipped with comprehensive facilities, such as 12 m storage clearance height, docks ratio of 1/800 m², a structure and enclosure made of concrete, wide manoeuvring births, a fire safety system with ESFR sprinklers and LED lighting, making it the first in Spain to achieve LEED Green Building certification.

It is located in the main hub of logistics and distribution operations in Madrid, 20 km east of the capital and 10 km from the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport, on the Casablanca estate, with a solid infrastructure and internationally well-known tenants. The park has direct access to the A2 motorway, which connects Madrid with the rest of Europe.