The new complex will have immediate airside access. It will be located near Air France's main warehouse (G1XL) and other main service providers at the airport, reports the American Journal of Transportation.
The latest generation of cargo handling technology, highly secure and certified CEIV and TAPA Level A, will offer a level of service excellence targeted at the pharmaceutical and luxury goods sectors.
The complex will be equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure for the processing of temperature-controlled products, including negative temperatures.
'With this investment, Geodis confirms its ability to provide a high-quality air cargo offering,' said Geodis chief forwarder Massimo Norcaro.
'Thanks to the strategic location of this new cargo station, we are able to accelerate processing times for the flow of goods, both for export and import, while ensuring rigorous safety standards for the products entrusted to us by our customers,' he said.
The site will be operational in October and employ 120 staff.