Fevzi Gandur Logistics opens new hub at Istanbul Airport

By Damian Brett

Fevzi Gandur Logistics' facility at Istanbul Airport

Turkey-based transport firm Fevzi Gandur Logistics has opened a warehouse at the new Istanbul Airport.

The non-bonded facility measures 2,700 sq m and is one of only four warehouses located at the airport’s cargo city area.

A spokesperson for Fevzi Gandur Logistics said that the facility would provide a range of services including consolidation, re-packaging, storage and delivery. The company will also build airline pallets.

The company will target the e-commerce, automotive, healthcare and technology sectors.

Istanbul Airport opened in April this year to become the main hub for the city.

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