Maersk Introduces First Integrated Logistics Centre in Dubai 

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Maersk first Integrated Logistics Centre has now been inaugurated in Dubai, UAE. The brand-new Centre is taking a milestone toward building a truly integrated solution for customers and the community by providing an environmentally friendly facility and modern technology that benefits the country’s global trade  

Relishing over this development, Mr. Richard Morgan, Regional Managing Director West, and Central Asia at Maersk said “It is an important milestone for us today as we inaugurate our first Integrated Logistics Centre in the UAE and strengthen our commitment towards our customers in the Middle East. Our journey towards creating end-to-end solutions is taking a definite shape as we continue to connect and simplify our customers’ supply chains through solutions that are designed and executed considering their specific requirements and challenges” 

Mr. Christopher Cook, Managing Director UAE, Maersk also added “At A.P. Moller – Maersk, we want to achieve a minimum of 90% green operations at our warehouses, depots, and cold stores worldwide by 2030. The green energy that we are producing through the solar panels at our facility and powering our operations, guarantees that we are taking definite steps towards decarbonizing logistics and services”   

Whereas demands for mobility and climate actions are at the center of the 21st century, Maersk plans to decarbonize logistics and services by investing in solar energy catering to its electricity requirements for facility operations, and this will help Maersk reduce more than 1,700 tonnes of carbon emissions.  

The new Centre will also be an addition to the existing global footprint of over 250 warehouses and 85 covering 1.5 million across 50 countries and will cater to various types of goods across sectors such as petrochemical, retail & lifestyle, fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG), technology, and automotive, amongst others and is located with a close link to seaport operations to the Al Maktoum Airport and this will allow the facility to serve consumers requiring air cross-docking and those moving less-than-container-load (LCL) cargo. Other services provided by the Centre also include ocean shipping, landside transportation, customs clearance, contract logistics, and e-commerce solutions. Customers taking advantage of integrated solutions from Maersk will benefit from reduced handovers of their cargo through its journey, leading to potentially faster turnaround times, higher visibility, better control, and more predictability of their supply chains.  


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