Seko Logistics is to move into a new flagship airfreight and omni-parcel services facility close to London Heathrow later this month, with the move aimed at helping retailers exploit new cross-border trading opportunities.
The company will move into the new 22,000 sq ft purpose-built location in Egham as part of a £5 million-plus investment.
Keith O’Brien, SEKO’s chief operating officer – EMEA, said: “Our decision to invest in this new facility close to Heathrow will make the cross-border delivery process even easier for our customers.”
SEKO opened its first UK location in 2003 and now operates eight facilities, including a 225,000 sq ft logistics centre in Milton Keynes from where it delivers a full range of omnichannel services for global order fulfilment, delivery management, returns solutions and ecommerce for a number of brands.
In February the company opened its second largest operation in Europe at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Logistics Park, bringing its entire service offering under one roof.
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