Damco moves from Copenhagen to The Hague

The logistics company Damco moves its headquarters from Copenhagen to The Hague, in the Netherlands. The move is part of a process to bring Damco closer to the “heart of the European shipping community,” says a press release from the Maersk-owned company.

The Maersk-owned forwarding and logistics company moves from Copenhagen to The Hague, Netherlands, says Damco in a press release. The move is expected to be finished by the first quarter of 2013, and is part of Damco’s strategy to become a Top 5 player in the years to come.

“In The Hague, we will be closer to many of our customers, our main air and sea carriers, Europe’s biggest transportation hubs, as well as our competition and the kind of additional international logistics experience we’ll be looking to hire as we continue to grow,” says Damco CEO, Rolf Habben-Jansen.

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