Hanjin Logistics opens at Schiphol
Hanjin Logistics Europe B.V. – a subsidiary of South Korea’s Hanjin Logistics – has opened a new on-airport base at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.
April 14, 2012
Hanjin Logistics Europe B.V. – a subsidiary of South Korea’s Hanjin Logistics – has opened a new on-airport base at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. The new facility, which includes both bonded and non-bonded warehousing, will act as a Benelux distribution centre for the company’s large volumes of import traffic arriving at Schiphol.
Hanjin Logistics was launched in 2001, and opened its first European branch only in 2008; in Holland, it also has an ocean freight operation at Rotterdam port. The company provides international logistics and supply chain solutions including forwarding by air, sea, road and rail, via a growing network of owned- and partner offices at 60 locations throughout Europe, Africa, Oceania, Asia and the US. The company is particularly active with customers in the automotive, electronics, chemicals, apparel, FMCG and heavy industrial sectors.
Says Jan de Kreuk, head of Hanjin’s Benelux Airfreight Division: “We are delighted to join the vibrant freight community at Schiphol. This is an important next step in our European expansion, taken in response to our customers’ needs. Schiphol’s location, excellent road connections and wide range of international air services make it ideal as a platform for distributing our customers’ goods throughout Europe.”