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DHL Express opens airport terminal

Aneta Cichla 07 November 2017

Aneta Cichla

Journalist

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aneta.cichla@eurobuildcee.com

Aneta is passionate about the retail real estate market and everything associated with it. She has worked in the editorial department of ‘Eurobuild CEE’ for four years. Prior to this she was employed as a journalist for the Retailnet.pl portal and for Shopping Center Poland magazine. She is also responsible for posting on the ‘Eurobuild CEE’ Facebook page and occasionally for posting news on its Twitter account (@AnetaCichla). In her free time she enjoys reading books, walking the dog and working out at the gym. She also loves watching martial arts fights.

DHL Express opens airport terminal
The new courier terminal in LS Cargo Park (photo: Mateusz Polak)
POLAND A 7,000 sqm DHL Express courier terminal has opened in the LS Cargo Park logistics centre on ul. Wirażowa near Warsaw’s Chopin Airport in an investment of PLN 97 mln.

“The construction of the terminal for specific needs of our partner, DHL is on the one hand an investment in the diversification of the services provided by LS Airport Services, and on the other, is a step towards strengthening the position of LS Cargo Park as a comprehensive logistics centre for the Warsaw area. We currently have the largest infrastructure in Poland dedicated to cargo services and our cooperation with DH complements the development of this business field,” explained Marcin Opaliński, the CEO of LS Airport Services, the owner of LS Cargo Park.

The international airport courier terminal has been built by LS Airport Services according to DHL’s exact criteria of meeting the highest standards, including environmental criteria, and has been equipped with the latest logistics technology. As well as being the company’s service centre, the complex is a sorting plant for international airmail that will process app. 40 pct of orders across the country. It is equipped with a total of 78 gates for operational and transport processes. Together with the office workers and couriers, the international courier air terminal will employ app. 400 people under a shift system.

The opening of the complex forms part of DHL’s European investment programme over the last few years. In Poland DHL has so far opened logistics centres in Rzeszów and Lublin, a customer service centre in Łódź and an international air courier terminal at Katowice Airport.


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