Japanese investment

April 16, 2013

DHL is investing $50 million (£32.7 m) in a new 44,000 sq m logistics centre in Sagamihara, Japan, as part of its plan to invest around $385 million (£252 m) into North Asia by 2015. The facility will see the company’s warehouse space increase by 20 per cent and is due to be completed by March 2014.  The site offers access to Japan’s largest commercial zone, the Tokyo metropolitan area, as well as to airports and port facilities, as it is close to National Route No.16 and the Sagamihara Interchange of the Keno Expressway.

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