first_imgAround EUR4.6 million will be invested into the new terminal, which will feature 5,100 sq m of logistics halls and 720 sq m of office space on a 10,000 sq m plot of land.Weiss-Röhlig says that this expansion allows it to provide European-standard logistics services in Dubai, giving its customers direct access to the emerging markets in the Middle East Gulf region. As of 2016, Weiss-Röhlig Dubai will be offering its customers a full range of on-site services, from international air and sea freight to project logistics and overland distribution.The implementation of the logistics terminal project is being managed by Jürgen Hammerer, managing director of Weiss-Röhlig Dubai. An artist’s impression of the new terminal. www.gw-world.comwww.rohlig.comwww.weiss-rohlig.comlast_img

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