dnata boosts UK cargo infrastructure

Company invests £8 million (US$13.5 million) in cargo infrastructure at regional airports in UK.


News reports have said that dnata continues to develop cargo infrastructure at its newest locations, having invested more than £8 million (US$13.5 million) throughout the UK. dnata has improved the flow of air cargo in the UK with the company reportedly recognising the need for enhanced services at Glasgow, Birmingham, East Midlands, Newcastle and Gatwick airports, and moving Manchester warehouse space to larger, refurbished facilities.

Beyond the physical space, dnata has also reportedly modernised each facility through technology. From handheld devices for workflow management and barcoding to latest access control system technology, dnata has duplicated its services in the Heathrow hub – dnata City – to its newest locations.

“With an overwhelmingly positive response from our customers at dnata City, we’re confident mirroring the same level of service at other airports will benefit our clients and the industry at large,” said Gary Morgan, CEO of dnata’s UK operations.