DB Schenker to open Heathrow temperature-controlled site

DB Schenker Logistics will open a new perishables handling facility at London Heathrow at the end of March.
The 11,000 sq ft facility will have cross-dock capability to eliminate contamination exposure and will allow for reduced manual handling. 
Schenker UK chief executive Helgi Ingolfsson said: “I have high hopes for this ultra-modern facility as an addition to our existing airfreight hub. This will help us to become one of the premier logistics services providers in this sector and offer many benefits and integrated solutions for our customers supply chain.”

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