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Laying the foundations for C3 in Bremen

BREMEN. In October, the foundations were laid for a new logistics centre within GVZ Bremen, Germany’s largest freight traffic centre. According to BLG LOGISTICS, it will set standards as far as customer benefits, environment protection and meeting employee needs are concerned. As from autumn 2022, BLG LOGISTICS intends pooling the distribution of the parts required for production in the international assembly plant of a German vehicle manufacturer in C3. The abbreviation C3 stands for the first letters of the words Customer, Climate and Comfort, and refers to the building’s three service features.

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