Bollore Logistics opens new dedicated aerospace warehouse in Hamburg
April 30, 2019: The city of Hamburg recently saw the opening of a dedicated aerospace warehouse by Bollore Logistics.
Strategically located next to the port of Hamburg and a few kilometers from the production sites of the major aircraft manufacturers and OEM suppliers, this state-to-the-art facility was built in 2018 in accordance with the international environmental standards.
The warehouse is highly secure as it has a set of surveillance and intervention systems: CCTV, 32 surveillance cameras, Access Control System on the 8 accesses of the Intrusion detection system site.
Since the hub has direct access to the motorway network, parts can be transported in 5 to 10 minutes at the foot of the production lines.
The facility constitutes an additional link within the Bollore Logistics' global aerospace network. It comes as a complement to a network already in place allowing the company to be present in the strategic cities; with modern facilities all located close to airport, maritime infrastructures and aerospace production plants.
In Europe, the company has well established aerospace hubs in Toulouse, Marseille, Paris, London Heathrow, Amsterdam, Rome, and Madrid.
Bollor Logistics' global aerospace network has now 1,200 experts in 100 countries around the world, 24 sites for 150,000 square metre of total storage area.
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