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Around 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.