DHL is set to invest HK$360 million (£27 million) to expand its operations into a single, multi-user facility for DHL Supply Chain to accommodate growth in Hong Kong.
DHL Supply Chain will occupy at least 25 per cent of the Interlink facility located in Tsing Yi, which is being developed by the Goodman Group.
The company, which has customers particularly in the consumer, fashion and high-tech sectors in the region, will operate a significant part of its services across Hong Kong from the new site.
The facility is located between the container ports and Hong Kong International Airport and is spread over five floors.
It will also serve as a Service Parts Logistics hub, providing 24/7 urgent response spare parts delivery to DHL customers in Hong Kong and the Asia Pacific region. It will also offer value-added technical services on-site, such as product regionalisation, quality-check and modular repair services.