Copenhagen Airport (CPH) is the world’s gateway to Northern Europe. With 130 shorthaul and 32 longhaul routes, CPH cover more destinations and markets than any other Scandinavian airport. CPH is the main airport for Denmark and the entire Greater Copenhagen area also covering Southern Sweden, that’s houses 40 percent of the Swedish population.
Copenhagen Airport is among the fastest growing in Northern Europe with close to 27 million passengers, growing by more than 1 million passengers each year.
Cargo has an impressive 20% growth from 2010 to 2015 making CPH Northern Europe´s cargo hub with more than 370.000 tons in 2015.
In 2014 CPH published the ambitious “Expanding CPH” plan on how to grow from
25 million passengers to 40 million passengers in the years to come.
“Expanding CPH” plans to double the airport size, including terminals, aircraft stands and additional airside facilities. “Expanding CPH” will also make room for developing a great cargo and logistic park direct linked to the existing cargo area and close to the high way.
The plan for the future area is named Airport Business Park and is about to take shape. The area covers more than 300.000 sqm with direct access to the E20 motorway to Copenhagen, Denmark, Sweden, Germany and the rest of Europe.
With more than 70% of cargo tonnage in transfer and among the shortest cargo transfer times in Europe, connectivity with overnight trucking to more than 900 cities in Europe, there is great for potential for the future CPH Airport Business Park.
Copenhagen Capacity is the Danish capital city region´s official organisation for investment promotion, business development and cluster growth. They offer free business consulting to foreign-owned companies looking to expand their business development activities in Copenhagen and beyond. This is offered with full confidentiality and is free of charge. They can aid in various aspects such as providing industry reports, location tools, knowledge sharing and practical assistance during the entire investment process.
In terms of supply chain and logistics, Greater Copenhagen is home to a large variety of logistic parks, hubs and clusters. The region has a highly developed infrastructure including airports, bridges, tunnels, harbours and an integrated railway system, facilitating easy supply of goods and services, and Denmark has been ranked the 2nd best on distribution infrastructure by IMD 2015. There are four main industry clusters within the areas of life science, ICT, Cleantech and logistics. The logistics clusters employ more than 130.000 people, representing more than 20% of Denmark´s total exports, where you can find companies such as A.P. Moeller Maersk, DFDS and DHL etc. Copenhagen-Malmö Port is the largest hub for new cars in the Scandinavian and Baltic Sea Region, and the leading cruise port in Northern Europe. In addition, Greater Copenhagen has a great talent pool to choose from, where almost 90% of the population speaks English, and Copenhagen Business School offers a MSc in Supply Chain Management, ranked number 8 in 2015 in SCM World University 100 Ranking among schools in Europe, Middle East and Africa. Copenhagen Airport is the largest airport in the Nordics for passengers, cargo and express companies. In 2015 Copenhagen airport carried more than 26 million passengers, and this is expected to increase to 40 million. CPH Airport serves more than 70 airlines, and has all the major international airlines, and in addition, it acts as a Nordic hub for global logistics providers such as FedEx, DHL, PostNord and Kuhne&Nagel etc.
Locating business activites within Greater Copenhagen enables companies to reach 25 million Scandinavian consumers overnight, and more than 100 million when including Germany and the Baltics.
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With a global reach and a presence in 67 countries, GEODIS is one of the world’s largest freight forwarding companies. We deliver your goods through multi-modal transportation (sea, air, road or rail), value-added services and effective customs brokerage services to ensure the fastest delivery at destination.
One-size-fits-all solutions don’t always apply when it comes to airfreight. Sometimes, your goods will need to get to their destination as quickly as possible. Other times you will want a variety of tailored options that make sense for you. Or perhaps speed isn’t a priority at all – you are simply looking to save costs. GEODIS is proud to introduce three new services to meet each of these requirements; AirFlex, AirFast and AirSave. Which service is right for you?
Our AIRFAST services have been designed for customers who need their goods delivered urgently. The shipments have a pre-defined transit time of between 1-3 days, booked according to the first available with a preference for scheduled passenger services. Customers can choose between a back-to-back or consolidated service optimized by GEODIS recommended carriers and routing to meet their specific requirements.
Our AIRFLEX service provides customers with customized back-to-back service for commodities that require specialized handling. The service actively meets a variety of customer needs, transporting commodities of any dimension carried by passenger or freight airlines, including extra-urgent, dangerous goods (DG), temperature control, human remains (HUM), valuable (VAL), vulnerable (VUN), and Aircraft-on-Ground (AOG) shipments.
If a customer’ main priority is cost, our AIRSAVE service provides a great, economical solution. We use preferred partners as well as our own carrier and routing options for branch-to-branch shipping for general cargo. The service has a maximum transit time of 4-7 days with transparent, all-in rates that include surcharges. It is also a perfect solution for shipment consolidation.
Air France-KLM-Martinair Cargo is the dedicated air cargo business of the AIR FRANCE KLM Group and a key player in the air cargo industry. We have always been at the forefront of transporting and handling a variety of cargo. Building on this experience, we offer a wide range of air transport services, to all corners of the globe.
Being an experienced carrier, we understand the critical importance of safety and reliability. By complementing our large belly network with reasoned and flexible main deck capacity of our 747 Combis and full-freighter aircraft, we offer a broad range of solutions, best suited to specific logistical needs.
Our two hubs at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam Schiphol function in tandem, and our network leverages their complementary strengths in order to meet fluctuating demand with maximum flexibility. To optimize our road feeder network, we have also developed several regional hubs, including one in Malmö.
Air France-KLM-Martinair Cargo has a long history and a strong footprint in the Nordic. We value our local presence and are more than ever committed to deliver the optimal customer experience. Our knowledgeable and professional teams, in combination with our advanced digital tools, offer high service @ competitive rates.