DHL Express officially opens Incheon Gateway after €131 million expansion

  • The Incheon Gateway is the largest DHL Express investment in South Korea
  • The new Gateway is now more than triple the size of its predecessor, and can handle 3.5 times more cargo
  • It features digitalized and automated systems that reduces the delivery time of imported goods by more than 30 minutes
  • Incheon Gateway will be key to handling continuously growing import, export, and transit cargo, as well as e-commerce shipments

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA – Media OutReach – 5 September 2023 – DHL Express, the world’s leading international express service provider, has commenced the full-fledged operation of Incheon Gateway after it invested €131 million (KRW 175 billion) to expand the Gateway in 2019. The investment is DHL Express’s largest in South Korea to date, making Incheon Gateway the largest gateway in the Asia Pacific.

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