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Maqta Gateway enhances its digital logistics solution

Abu Dhabi Ports has announced that Maqta Gateway, its digital arm, has expanded its digital logistics solution, Margo, with the addition of a new commercial offering for warehouse storage.

The new offering provides customers with the opportunity to book standard warehouses or specialised temperature controlled-storage facilities to safely store their perishable goods including food items and medical supplies for short and medium periods of time, through simplified paper-free booking processing and remotely-managed reservations.

Among the current warehouse offering, customers can book Grade A warehouse facilities, one of the highest industry standards achievable within warehouse management and storage, which also are conveniently located in the heart of the Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi (KIZAD) and easily accessible from Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

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