Capacity of logistics centre increases

The halls are situated close to the container transshipment point of Metrans.

The logistics centre in Dunajská StredaThe logistics centre in Dunajská Streda(Source: Courtesy of Cargo-partner SK)

Forwarding company Cargo-partner doubles the capacity of the logistics centre in Dunajská Streda (Trnava Region).

The firm, active in air, sea and truck transport and integrated logistics, currently owns two modern logistics centres: in Bratislava and Dunajská Streda.

“We started the construction of the second phase of the logistics centre in January, while the new warehouse with a capacity of more than 10,000 pallets and a total area of 7,200 square metres should be completed in late summer,” Tibor Majzún of Cargo-partner said, as quoted in the press release.

The halls are situated close to the container transshipment point of Metrans, which is directly connected to the ports in Hamburg, Bremerhaven, Koper and Rijeka. As a result, the cargo does not have to be transported to the warehouse by trucks.

“Our logistics centre is directly linked to the container terminal and the current cross-dock hall has nine gates to which the containers can be moved directly from the trains to be unloaded,” Majzún added.

Cargo-partner invested altogether €3 million into increasing the capacity of the Dunajská Streda centre.

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