Integrated National Logistics plans to expand business during 2017
Dubai-based Integrated National Logistics (INL), a leader in total logistics solutions for companies across the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region and beyond, is looking at developing and growing its business in the logistics industry through 2017.
Feb 2, 2017: Dubai-based Integrated National Logistics (INL), a leader in total logistics solutions for companies across the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region and beyond, is looking at developing and growing its business in the logistics industry through 2017.
INL is a joint venture between Integrated Group Malaysia and National Trading and Development Establishment (NTDE).
The company has seen a considerable rise in the demand with its wide-ranging products and services from warehousing, transportation to freight forwarding for clients in different sectors, according to a statement issued by the company.
INL offers several points of difference when it comes to the storage and handling of customers’ goods at a predominately temperature-controlled logistics facility with a total capacity of 40,000 fully automated frozen pallet positions ranging from -18 to -30 degrees with state of the art crane and conveyor systems, it said.
INL has 36,000+ pallet positions of standard racking controlled at +25 degrees for flexibility and 64 loading docks for efficient receiving and dispatch of multiple shipments, it added.
In addition to warehouse storage, INL offers ready-to-move in offices for immediate occupancy, as well as core and shell that can be tailored for clients’ specifications.
The 4,000 sq-m is rentable to customers requiring both storage and office solutions, it stated.
Ignatius Scholtz, head of operations, INL, said, “2017 is a unique opportunity for client building and re-establishing relationships to foster new partnerships. INL believes it will be a defining year for many industries, and logistics is going to play a significant role in the outcomes.”
“As demands in logistics solutions to customers are intense, we are confident the industry will sustain this growth in the coming years,” he added.