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DB Schenker Logistics opens new facility in Pomerania



Mandag 11. marts 2013 kl: 11:16
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DB Schenker Logistics has opened a new cross-docking terminal in Pruszcz Gdański in the greater Gdansk area. The new facility has traffic links to the network of important national roads, linking cities like Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot

Thus, Schenker Sp. z o.o. will be capable of introducing improvements and further developing business operations in Poland and Europe.



The previous terminal was located in the center of Gdynia. The move of the facility will contribute to reduce the traffic volume in the city. The terminal with a storage area of 4,500 square meter, and an office area of 850 square meter complies with most modern standards. Technical solutions will help reduce water and energy consumption, e. g. by means of lighting system and full office ventilation heat recovery.

- We decided to invest in this location based on business targets and improvement of customer service on the one hand, and on ecological and economic targets on the other hand, says Janusz Górski, Chairman of Schenker Sp. z o.o.






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