Swissport swoops on Skylink to boost Schiphol presence

Swissport Cargo Services’ Dutch business has announced it will purchase Skylink Handling Services as it looks to expand its reach at Schiphol Airport.
Through the acquisition of Skylink, a cargo handling company specialised in air cargo handling based at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Swissport will expand its air cargo business at the airport and increase potential business volume for current customers and attract new customers.
“Skylink is a successfully established provider of air cargo handling and consistently delivers high quality services”, said Menno Biersma, chief executive of Swissport Netherlands.
With the acquisition Swissport will increase its warehouse capacities by 10,000 sq m at the Dutch airport.
The company was purchased from the Rhenus group.

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