Damco opens storage and container facility in Myanmar

Maersk-owned Damco becomes the first international logistics company in Myanmar to start operating new storage and container facility.

Maersk-owned logistics company Damco has become the first international company in the industry to start operating new storage and container facilities - a so-called Container Freight Station - in Myanmar, at a total of 4,000 square meters and located within 15 kilometers of the port in Yangon and the country's industrial center.

Damco was granted a license to establish business in Myanmar in 2013 after the international sanctions against the country were repealed in 2012.

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