World's Largest Logistic Company Will Open Office in Mobile

World's Largest Logistic Company Will Open Office in Mobile

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MOBILE, Ala. -

The world's largest logistic company has announced that it is opening an office in Mobile.

Mobile Mayor Sam Jones was in Atlanta when Kuehne + Nagel North America made the announcement about their new office opening in the Port City.

Kuehne + Nagel is the principal logistical supplier for Airbus in Hamburg, Germany. The company employs 63,000 employees in 1,000 locations in 100 countries. Kuehne + Nagel does over $200 million-a-year in business with Airbus.

Kuehne + Nagel's set-up is strategically located, equipped and staffed to provide the full ''Supply the Sky'' aerospace logistics portfolio for companies in manufacturing and servicing activities in Mobile.

As Sam Jones, the mayor of Mobile said, ''Mobile is a winning city with limitless opportunities and we are proud to welcome Kuehne + Nagel as one of our newest corporate partners. We are pleased that this major global logistics provider is committed to cater for the increasing demands in Mobile. We know without doubt that the business character of our city will benefit from the global innovations of Kuehne + Nagel's experience in aerospace and other key industries''.

With its global "Supply the Sky" programme, Kuehne + Nagel offers a range of logistics services for the aerospace industry. The company develops and implements customised solutions for companies in the field of maintenance, repair, overhaul, ground handling and in-flight services.

Mayor Jones will hold a press conference this afternoon. News 5 will have updates throughout the day.

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