New JettHub centre increases ULD storage

Jettainer has inaugurated an 18,000 sq metre JettHub in the Four Parx Gross-Gerau, near Frankfurt Airport, as its new logistics centre for unit load devices (ULDs).

JettHub offers space for up to 6,600 containers and pallets and the company says larger and modern stackers and racks allow for a more efficient use of the storage area, so that around 2.2 times as many ULDs can be stored and maintained in the same area.

A 24/7 shuttle to the Lufthansa Cargo ULD provisioning area is available to transport the containers to the airport quickly and reliably.

As part of the close cooperation with Jettainer, Deufol SE has also moved its workshop to the new JettHub, where its carries out maintenance and repair work on pallets and containers.

“With the modern JettHub, we are securing long-term development potential for the management and maintenance of the world’s largest fleet of ULDs,” said Frank Mühlenkamp, director operations of Jettainer GmbH.  “The move has not only given us more space, but also created additional opportunities for further growth thanks to efficient shelving systems.”

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