CJ Korea Express set to invest in Incheon delivery centre

CJ Korea Express set to invest in Incheon delivery centre

CJ Korea Express has reportedly signed an agreement with Incheon International Airport to build an express delivery centre. According to a report published today (25 July) by The Korea Herald, CJ Korea Express is investing about $22m in the facility, which will be operational in the second half of 2017.

The logistics company’s CEO Park Geun-tae was quoted as saying that the new facility will be “a preemptive measure to process the fast-increasing volume of express parcels, especially from and to China and Southeast Asia”.

 

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