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Gefco extends warehouse capacities

THE SLOVAK arm of Gefco, an international provider of logistics services, has opened a new warehouse in the industrial park in the western-Slovak town of Senec in response to the growing demand for outsourcing of logistics services. With this new space it has added 9,000 square metres to its existing warehouse premises of over 15,000 square metres in Trnava, and 5,800 square metres in Kechnec in eastern Slovakia, from where it provides warehouse logistics for clients in the automotive, fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) and high-tech industries, the Transport a Logistika magazine wrote last October.

THE SLOVAK arm of Gefco, an international provider of logistics services, has opened a new warehouse in the industrial park in the western-Slovak town of Senec in response to the growing demand for outsourcing of logistics services. With this new space it has added 9,000 square metres to its existing warehouse premises of over 15,000 square metres in Trnava, and 5,800 square metres in Kechnec in eastern Slovakia, from where it provides warehouse logistics for clients in the automotive, fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) and high-tech industries, the Transport a Logistika magazine wrote last October.

“For the time being we are stocking 9,000 pallets in Senec,” said Michal Bodocký, logistics manager at Gefco Slovakia. “The new hall in LC Senec belongs among the ‘A’ warehouses.”

Gefco operates four logistics units in Slovakia and serves its clients through branches in Bratislava, Trnava, Žilina, Kechnec and Poprad.

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