Warehousing site for dangerous goods sold near Houston's IAHWarehousing site for dangerous goods sold near Houston's IAHhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=22412014-12-09T11:31:00Z2014-12-09T07:00:00Z

HUMBLE - The Netherlands-based DGM, a global organization that provides services related to the transport of dangerous goods, has purchased a 21.5-acre site at 18727 Kenswick Dr. from the Houston Intercontinental Trade Center.

Phase I of the project will consist of 150,000 sf of warehousing and office space with four acres of concrete laydown yard, which will house 120 employees. That phase will break ground in February and is expected to be complete summer 2015.

Phase II will consist of another 100,000 sf of warehouse space.

DGM's current 70,000-sf facility at 1813 Greens Rd. will remain open throughout the construction and will remain as the hazmat parking facility.

The company will use the added space to provide general packaging services of nonhazmat freight.

DGM specializes in classification, marking and labeling, hazmat packing, drumming/re-drumming, and full export and project packaging services.

Read more at the Houston Business Journal.
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