5 Of the Largest Warehouses in the World

Did you know that it can take an individual more than 10 minutes to walk from one end of a warehouse facility to another? This is true considering the size of the largest warehouses in the world. Here are some of the five mind-blowing warehouses in the world.

1. Amazon Facility
Having to deal with thousands of transactions every day it would make perfect sense for such a business to have a massive storage facility to satisfy the demand and needs of its clientele. That is why Amazon occupies an 117,450 meters square facility in Dunfermline, Scotland. This enables the company to be one of the leading online retailers in the world.

2. Jean-Luc Lagarde Plant
Imagine the size of an aircraft and the space that you would need to assemble and store such a gigantic piece of machine. That is not a worry to Jean-Luc Lagarde plant since it owns a 1.32 million square feet warehouse facility to be able to produce the biggest airplanes in the world. The warehouse successfully houses the Airbus 380, assembled by the company at Toulouse, France.

3. Target Import Warehouse
Washington, USA is the home to one of the largest discount retailer businesses in the world tasked with the importation of numerous goods. The company partners with multiple medium-size warehouses across the country, which are served by the 2 million square feet facility located in Washington and acts as the core distributor.

4. John Deere, Illinois
The Warehouse is a fantastic piece of art stretching over 2.6 million sq. Ft. This enables the company to manufacture and distribute millions of household tools, parts, and equipment across the world every single day. This has also allowed the firm to expand its operations in thirty countries across the globe. Such massive production and distribution require enough space to shelter the warehouse.

5. Boeing Everett Warehouse
Imagine a single roof spreading across nearly 80 football pitches. It seems impossible, but this is the estimated size of the world’s most massive warehouse located in Washington, US. The facility is tasked with manufacturing airlines especially the Boeing 767, 777 and the mother of all the 787 Dreamliner. If you need to assemble such giants, then you will need to a have a 4.3 million square feet facility like what Boeing Everett factory operates.

It is not a doubt that some of the biggest manufacturing companies in the world also own the largest warehouse facilities across the globe. It is important to note that for a successful running of any business, production and distribution of goods requires an active warehouse facility.

 

Written By Ryan Cooper