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WFS opens doors to Brussels Airport logistics centre

WFS opens doors to Brussels Airport logistics centre

Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has opened an ultra-modern 8,700 m2 logistics building Brussels Airport, eight months after laying the first stone.

On 1 February, Brussels Airport Company, WFS and developer Montea inaugurated the logistics building to the west of the airport’s cargo zone.

The new building is part of an ambitious development project within Brussels’ cargo zone, with a 50,000m2 being built in the coming months and €100 million being invested in the cargo zone over the next two years.

Arnaud Feist, CEO of Brussels Airport Company says: “Brussels Airport once again confirms its role as a hub for logistics activities in Belgium and Europe. These developments allow us to support the many companies that increasingly use Brussels airport for importing and exporting goods to and from the entire world, and this in an even more efficient and effective manner.”

Peter Demuynck, CCO of Montea adds: “Montea has once again found a logistics solution for its client that enables a combination of increasing efficiency and future growth. With this new project in the Brussels Airport cargo zone, Montea confirms its exceptional real estate expertise in the field of air freight which allows it to work with the biggest players in this field.”

Marc Claesen, regional vice president WFS Northern Europe says: “For WFS, this new cutting-edge complex will allow us to continue to offer our clients efficient services with the best requirements in terms of safety and security while meeting the modern requirements of e-commerce and air transport of pharmaceutical products.”


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