Herfurth Logistics starts work on Brussels Airport facility

By Damian Brett

Source: Brussels Airport

Herfurth Logistics has started work on a new warehouse at Brussels Airport as it looks to develop new markets.

The new facility will combine a warehouse of almost 5,000 sq m and more than 700 sq m of office space, on a site of more than 8,700 sq m.

It will include six loading bays and is located in the second row in terms of tarmac access. The facility is due to open July 2022.

Herfurth Logistics specialises in the transport and logistics for aircraft and helicopters, the handling of perishable goods, project cargo, customs and excise management and unaccompanied luggage.

The Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Burundi are Herfurth’s main destinations from its Brussels operation.

“Thanks to its new infrastructure, Herfurth will be able to shore up its existing niche activities but also develop new ones in order to be omnipresent in the logistic chain with an indisputable added value,” the company said.

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