Forwarder Crane opens new Amsterdam airport office

Freight forwarder Crane Worldwide has invested in a brand new Netherlands head office facility at Amsterdam airport as it looks to grow in Europe.

The US-headquartered firm said the new facility is  "key to assisting our clients across the globe".

The warehouse facility offers value-added services such as storage, pick and pack operations, labelling and any bespoke handling requirements.

Benelux region director Allan Fulks said: "The Netherlands is a key gateway to our client’s European locations and in order to support our continued growth in the region, the new head office facility will allow us to increase our supply chain service offerings to our clients."

In addition to the new Amsterdam facility, Crane Worldwide in the Netherlands has a 5,000 sq m Customs bonded warehouse located in Tilburg, located within a short distance to Amsterdam airport and the seaports of Rotterdam and Antwerp.

In August last year, Crane opened a new facility at London Heathrow and revealed upgrades to its customer portal.

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