DHL Freight breaks ground on new Hanover hub

DHL Freight breaks ground on new Hanover hub

DHL Freight today (29 June) held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new hub in Hanover – Langenhagen, Germany.

The  freight centre is being built on the 63,000 m² site, which the company said will “not only will handle freight for DHL Freight’s Europe-wide network, but also will test innovative technologies and solutions for the terminal of the future”.

The commissioning of the site on Münchner Strasse is planned for mid-2019.

“The new freight hub is an important investment in our existing European network and reflects our FREIGHT 2020 corporate strategy,” said Thomas Vogel, COO DHL Freight. “Here in Hanover – Langenhagen, we will offer sustainable, efficient and customer-oriented road freight and logistics solutions with the highest service quality, bringing us a good deal closer to our goal of becoming the undisputed market leader in overland transport services.”

 

 

 

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