Crane Worldwide opens new facility in Amsterdam
Jan 27, 2017: Crane Worldwide in the Netherlands has invested in a brand new head office facility at the heart of Amsterdam airport.
“Having a state of the art facility at this strategic location is key to assisting our clients across the globe,” comments Allan Fulks, Country director for the Benelux region.
“The Netherlands is a key gateway to our client’s European locations and in order to support our continued growth in the region, the new head office facility will allow us to increase our supply chain service offerings to our clients,” he adds.
The new facility houses the country’s head office staff, as well as an active air freight operation offering dedicated client support. The warehouse facility offers value-added services such as storage, pick and pack operations, labelling and any bespoke handing requirements that require the personal touch.
In addition to the new Amsterdam facility, Crane Worldwide in the Netherlands has an expansive 5000m2 customs bonded warehouse located in Tilburg, strategically located within a short distance to Amsterdam airport and Rotterdam and Antwerp’s ocean ports. In Rotterdam, a committed team of experts manage the ocean freight operations.
“Crane Worldwide believes in providing complete supply chain solutions to our clients. With the addition of the new Head Office facility in Amsterdam, we now have the ability to service our clients with a suite of supply chain services that can address every day challenges, now and in the future. The technological advancements of our systems, strong operational focus and AEO status provides us with solid foundations in 2017 and beyond,” Fulks concludes.
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