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Hyundai Glovis to establish modernized logistics hub at Incheon airport
Hyundai Glovis Co. will establish a logistics center at Incheon International Airport to act as a multimodal transport warehouse covering seaborne and airborne cargo.
The logistics center will serve as a headquarters covering global airborne logistics via a connection with other bases.
To be completed in 2025, it would have a floor space of 46,111 square meters and five above-ground floors.
Hyundai Glovis will deal with global e-commerce cargo using a special cargo handling terminal with a classification system and customs clearance system.
The company will actively utilize smart and automated logistics facilities, including logistics robots developed by the U.robotics startup Boston Dynamics, which was recently acquired by Hyundai Motor Group.