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Dnata inaugurates cargo complex at Manchester Airport

Posted 21 January 2021 · Add Comment

Dnata, part of the Emirates Group. has opened a new, state-of-the art cargo complex, Dnata City North, at Manchester Airport (MAN).

Dnata inaugurates cargo complex at Manchester Airport.  Image:  Dnata

Representing an investment of over GBP 30 million, the 150,000 sq ft² facility allows the company to significantly expand and consolidate its Manchester operations.

 

Dnata's purpose-built on-airport facility includes 125,000 sq ft² warehouse space and is capable of processing in excess of 150,000 tons of cargo annually. It is equipped with the latest technologies and complies with the highest industry standards ensuring efficient and safe handling of all types of cargo, including pharmaceuticals, perishables, dangerous goods, aircraft engines and vehicles.

 

Alex Doisneau, managing director of dnata UK, said: "We are thrilled to announce the opening of another world-class cargo facility in a strategic location in the UK. Our new, purpose-built facility in Manchester complements our existing multiple UK operations including the Dnata City complex at London Heathrow, enabling customers to enhance their operations in the region.

 

"Our continued investment and expansion in the UK underlines our commitment to our customers and the local cargo industry at a critical time, providing operational excellence at key gateways across the country."

 

Gareth Jackson, MAG Group property director, said: "It's great to see Dnata open its superb new cargo complex here at Manchester Airport.

 

"The new facility will further enhance the role we play in ensuring freight is seamlessly transported into and out of the North region markets from all parts of the world. Not only will the centre help the North's trade credentials, it will boost employment opportunities for communities in Greater Manchester too.”

 

"We look forward to working closely with Dnata as it continues to grow from Manchester Airport."

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