K+N relocates to Heathrow site

Freight forwarder Kuehne+Nagel has relocated its main air cargo operations in the UK to its new Heathrow South Cargo Centre.
The new dedicated airfreight hub is adjacent to the Heathrow cargo area and has security certifications including those from the Transported Asset Protection Association and IATA’s Regulated Agent programme.
The warehouse, which replaces its previous site in Uxbridge, is entirely temperature controlled and monitored at 15-25 degrees Celsius with a dedicated 2-8 degree Celsius area.

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