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Leschaco opens chemical and dangerous goods warehouse in Malaysia

The logistics services provider Leschaco has opened a new chemical and dangerous goods warehouse in Malaysia, with a floor space of 11,148.3 m2 on two levels.

Within this new facility opened two weeks ago, up to 13,000 pallets of chemical products and hazardous materials can be safely stored, according to a statement.

"Contract logistics, especially for chemicals, is a fast-growing market in Malaysia. Accordingly, logistics companies that are reliable partners for transporting and storing chemicals and dangerous goods are in demand," explained the Malaysian company.

The proximity to Port Klang, as well as the very good connection to the international airport in Kuala Lumpur and the direct connection to the road network, constitute significant advantages for the warehouse.

"The constantly growing demand from the chemical industry made the new building urgently necessary," commented Lothar Lauszat, managing director of Leschaco Malaysia, who went on to add that this investment is of great strategic importance for the company's customers.

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