DB Schenker opens ‘futuristic’ terminal in Finland
The new location, near the capital of Helsinki, represents one of the largest investments that DB Schenker has made worldwide at 57 million euros.
June 4, 2015
By PLA Editor
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DB Schenker Logistics has opened one of its largest and most modern terminals in Finland. The new location, near the capital of Helsinki, represents one of the largest investments that DB Schenker has made worldwide at 57 million euros.
Karl-Friedrich Rausch, CEO and chairman of the board of management, Schenker AG. “Combining four locations and operations such as land transport, air, and sea freight in one building will improve our efficiency and productivity, and streamline our cargo flows between the different transport modes.”
The new premises will house 650 employees in the Viinikkala logistics area within 51,000 square metres. The warehouse will offer 31,940 square metres of storage, including 28,630 square metres of heated buildings and an unheated hall of 3,310 square metres.