DHL Express Indonesia has relocated its national gateway and service center to the cargo area of Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport.
Officially opened on April 11, 2014, the new facility has the capacity to handle more than 2 million kilograms of shipments annually, an increase of 30% over DHL's existing capacities in Indonesia.
Quoted in Metrobali.com, Yasmin Aladad Khan, senior vice president for DHL Express in Southeast Asia, said Indonesia is a pillar in development of the economy of Southeast Asia, with Bali holding a leading role. We will be working together with our partners to help develop Bali’s and the surrounding regions’ economies.
The new Bali DHL gateway covers an area of 1,250 square meters and is located near the runway to facilitate the rapid movement of cargo, assisted by conveyor systems and advanced computerized systems. The new Bali facility also features advanced security systems including dual-view x-ray and explosive detections systems.
Ahmad Mohamad, senior technical advisor for DHL Express said: “DHL Express Indonesia is convinced that the strengthening of its long-term commitment in Bali, demonstrated through the provision of the best equipment in its new Ngurah Rai Airport facility. Bali is the source of many export products such as clothing, wooden decorations, furniture and much more. We will continue to try to become trusted business partners providing business solutions for the importation and export of goods.”
DHL Express Indonesia holds regular workshops on import and export procedures in order to share their worldwide expertise and help develop the local economy by assisting local business partners.
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