Nippon Express expands cargo storage at KUL

Electrical components, electronics drive Malaysian cargo demand

Nippon Express Malaysia, the Malaysian subsidiary of Japan-based Nippon Express, opened a new, 5,896-square-meter warehouse at Kuala Lumpur International Airport’s (KUL) Free Commercial Zone (FCZ) on April 1 to meet the region’s growing cargo demand. The new warehouse aims to provide safer and faster handling of cargo at KUL, according to an April 4 release. […]

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