LOCATION

Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup

CLIENT

Cargo Centre Copenhagen

BUILDING PERIOD

1992 - 1993

PARTNERS

N/A

Copenhagen Airport has always been the capital airport in Scandinavia regarding passengers travelling with SAS, as the by far largest operator of airplanes and handling agent for passengers, cargo and baggage.

For competitive reasons, the EU requires as a minimum two handling agents in the airport. This opened up opportunities for other companies to achieve for instance contracts for the handling of air cargo.

Cargo Centre Copenhagen – or CCC, in everyday airline language called Triple Charlie – is a result of a co-operation between several shipping agents and airlines, among these Maersk Air.

Cargo Centre Copenhagen is a large plant. It is situated in the east area of the airport at the coastline of Oresund and with direct access from landside on one side and airside access to an apron dedicated to cargo airplanes on the other side.

The cargo centre contains as a total 7,000 m2 of a hall for sorting and packing and a 3,000 m2 office building on the 40,000 m2 site with a 25,000 m2 paved area for parking and reception of goods on the landside and lining up of loaded baggage and container carts on the airside.

The facade towards the landside contains a large number of gates for the reception and delivery of goods. The office building is elevated which gives a very short distance between the reception and the sorting- and packing area, in the shortest possible processing time

LOCATION

Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup

CLIENT

Cargo Centre Copenhagen

BUILDING PERIOD

1992 - 1993

PARTNERS

N/A


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