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New Damco Container Freight Station Opens for Business in Indonesia

Damco Indonesia has opened a new warehouse in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia.

It is Damco's fourth container freight station in the country, and the second in Semarang. The facility was designed to support the footwear and apparel industry in Central Java. Damco has chosen Monang Sinaipar Abadi (MSA), which has several facilities in the country and serves as operator of the new warehouse. It features three chambers, two of which are for Damco's exclusive use. Damco said work still needs to be done to bring the warehouse into compliance with the Supply Chain Security Program (SCSP) standard, "but much progress has been made." Damco's experts in compliance, health and safety have been offering guidance to MSA. The operator is building two additional chambers on spare land at the location to meet market demand. Damco has more than 300 offices in 90 countries, with representation in another 30 countries.

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It is Damco's fourth container freight station in the country, and the second in Semarang. The facility was designed to support the footwear and apparel industry in Central Java. Damco has chosen Monang Sinaipar Abadi (MSA), which has several facilities in the country and serves as operator of the new warehouse. It features three chambers, two of which are for Damco's exclusive use. Damco said work still needs to be done to bring the warehouse into compliance with the Supply Chain Security Program (SCSP) standard, "but much progress has been made." Damco's experts in compliance, health and safety have been offering guidance to MSA. The operator is building two additional chambers on spare land at the location to meet market demand. Damco has more than 300 offices in 90 countries, with representation in another 30 countries.

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