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Construction of Maersk Logistics CAMPUS BEGINS

BREMERHAVEN. In February, the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Maersk Logistics Campus took place in Bremerhaven’s fishing port: a modern and sustainable logistics centre is due to be built on an area of almost 70,000 square metres for the storage of sporting goods and other goods. There will also be space for offices and administration. Completion is planned for the second quarter of 2024. “With around 300 jobs, Maersk’s new location is an important contribution to the strengthening of our region on a long-term basis. We are very pleased about this strong commitment by one of our port’s most important partners, which underlines its ambitions for sustainable corporate development with this investment decision,” said Bremen’s Port Senator Dr Claudia Schilling at the symbolic ceremony. Also on site were Maersk manager Jens-Ole Krenzien, Felix Zilling and Christoph Telker, both from Deutsche Logistik Holding (DLH), as well as Bremerhaven’s mayor Melf Grantz.

Credits: Scheer

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