Yusen opens new Heathrow facility

Yusen Logistics UK has opened a new airfreight facility at Heathrow that offers greater capacity.
The Japanese logistics firm said that the new facility is located just minutes away from the London airport and offers customers bonded storage and the ability to hold freight until Customs cleared.
The operation is Authorised Economic Operator,IATA, Civil Aviation Authority and ISO accredited and is the first new External Temporary Storage Facility, where good can be stored pending Customs clearance, operated by Yusen Logistics UK.

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