DHL’s Belgian cargo centre bid

INTEGRATOR DHL has begun work on a €27m (US$34m) logistics centre at the Brucargo air freight zone, based in Brussels Airport (Belgium).
The new warehouse, which covers a total area of 2,136m², will unite the company’s air freight activities under one roof.
“Through this investment in this new logistics platform, we are reinforcing our strategy to focus on the specific logistics needs of our various key industry sectors,” says DHL’s chief executive officer, Jean-Claude Delen.
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