Nippon Express expands in Malaysia

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Photo: Nippon Express

Nippon Express Malaysia has opened a new warehouse in the Free Commercial Zone (FCZ) of Malaysia’s Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).

This investment in the “DFTZ” 5,900 sq m warehouse will enable the Malaysian subsidiary of Japan-based freight forwarder Nippon Express to expand its work and cargo storage space.

The company had previously been operating out of a 3,800 sq m warehouse in the MAS Freight Forwarders Complex in the FCZ at KLIA.

Both warehouses combined offer approximately 9,700 sq m space.

“The more efficient work flow lines available at the new warehouse will allow NX Malaysia to ensure safer and more rapid handling and to better satisfy the needs of its customers,” said Nippon Express.

Nippon Express Kansai pharma hub is certified

Nippon Express Belgium gains GDP for pharma facility

Share this story

Related Topics

Latest cargo airport news

Cargo village and terminal upgrade at Abu Dhabi airport nears completion

Abu Dhabi Airports Free Zone (ADAFZ) is approaching completion of its cargo village and terminal rehabilitation project. As part of…

Read More

Share this story

New cargo appointments at Liege Airport

By Damian Brett

Cargo specialist Liege Airport will appoint two new cargo leaders, with Frédéric Brun and Alexis Lapot starting work at the…

Read More

Share this story

Schiphol boss resigns after latest round of flight disruption

By Damian Brett

Schiphol Airport chief executive Dick Benschop has resigned from the role after further disruption at the Dutch hub due to…

Read More

Share this story