DHL builds a new cargo center in Munich

Boeing 757-236 (SF) (Photo: Munich Airport / Werner Hennies).
Boeing 757-236 (SF) (Photo: Munich Airport / Werner Hennies).

DHL builds a new cargo center in Munich

Boeing 757-236 (SF) (Photo: Munich Airport / Werner Hennies).
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In 2022, the Express subsidiary of Deutsche Post AG will commission a new building that will be built on two parking lots.

DHL Express is building a new logistics center at Munich Airport on the areas of today's parking lots P80 and P80-West. A corresponding contract was signed on Tuesday between the airport and the subsidiary of Deutsche Post AG. The new building is to have a gross floor area of ​​around 8.000 square meters.

“The previous building could not keep up with this growth,” says Markus Reckling, Managing Director DHL Express Germany, explaining the necessity of the 70 million euro investment project. “After we modernized and expanded our service center in Unterschleißheim for 13 million euros last year, the new construction of our gateway at the airport is the next step in the infrastructure plan, with which we are clearly committed to our presence in the Munich region. Even in the current difficult economic situation, we continue to invest consistently in service for our customers, which is our top priority. "

“Especially in these difficult times for aviation, this is an important signal and a great vote of confidence in Munich as a location. The increased involvement of DHL Express will sharpen our profile as a logistics location and provide significant impetus for air freight traffic, ”said airport manager Jost Lammers.

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