Rhenus has started construction work on a warehousing area for 120 standard container spaces close to the JadeWeserPort container terminal at the Freight Village in Wilhelmshaven.
The Rhenus Group will therefore be able to offer its customers space of approximately 4,000 sq m at the Wilhelmshaven site at the beginning of next year and provide opportunities to store, handle and weigh containers.
The first customer for this new service is the Symrise company from Holzminden, a global provider of fragrances, flavourings, raw materials and active ingredients for cosmetics, functional ingredients and product solutions for sensor technology and nutrition.
Matthias Schrell, the Managing Director of Rhenus Midgard in Wilhelmshaven, said, “This range of services will arouse interest in a large number of customers planning to ship their products through Wilhelmshaven.”
The facility in the northern part of the logistics zone at the JadeWeserPort is expected to start operating at the beginning of next year and supplement the range of services available at the Freight Village in Wilhelmshaven.
Andreas Bullwinkel, Managing Director of Container Terminal Wilhelmshaven JadeWeserPort-Marketing, added, “We’re convinced that the market will accept this new offer and we’re delighted to be able to welcome Rhenus as another new company to the Freight Village.”
Source: Rhenus Group
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