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DHL moves department to Port of Aalborg

DHL moves department to Port of Aalborg

07-12-2018 10:00:00

DHL are in popular demand. The transport and logistics company has grown rapidly in North Jutland through the last couple of years, where the number of employees has grown to more than 60. DHL Global Forwarding in Aalborg are now moving into bigger offices at the Port of Aalborg.

”DHL is a great working partner of ours – not least because of the Greenland traffic. Therefore we are happy that we have been able to find suiting buildings for them her in Langerak, buildings that fits their needs for number of office spaces og storage space. We look forward to help DHL settle here, and to extend our partnership through the coming years”, says commercial manager of the Port of Aalborg, Jeppe faber.

DHL have grown so much in the region, that their office on Mineralvej is to small to create the neccesarry growth. That is why DHL’s department DHL Global Forwarding, which handles air freight, courier, and shipping, are moving to new and larger offices in Langerak in the Port of Aalborg.

DHL's new buildings in Langerak have until now been home to Carlsberg's depot and office in North Jutland, and here DHL will get a warehouse of 2,000 square meters and 200 square meters of office space. The 20 employees are already setting up the new offices and from January 2 2019 everything will be in full operation from the new address.

Source: Aalborg Havn / Maritime Danmark

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