The Scandinavian e-commerce market alone is the eighth largest in the world with internet retail sales exceeding 20 billion euros. With an e-commerce logistics centre in Copenhagen Airport you can provide delivery to all of Scandinavia within 24 hours, home to more than 25 million high-income consumers.
A second development option is for temperature-controlled warehouses specifically for the pharma- and biotech industries, which are substantially represented in the Greater Copenhagen Region – an area known as Medicon Valley housing more than 350 biotech, meditech and pharma companies.
These new warehouses could provide international companies with state-of-the-art storage facilities with fast and direct access to and from the rest of the world.
The park is also ideally suited for a fresh goods terminal for short-term storage of perishables such as fish, fruit and vegetables.
The amount of these products being freighted through Copenhagen is increasing considerably and a dedicated terminal development would further escalate this growth.
There is overnight-trucking from Copenhagen to more than 900 European cities and 100 million consumers, and with the launch of the CPH Airport Business Park, the potential for improved distribution is substantial.