New 8,000 m² logistics hub for Hongyuan Group at Brussels Airport

posted on 7th October 2021 by Eddie Saunders
New 8,000 m² logistics hub for Hongyuan Group at Brussels Airport

In Brucargo, Brussels Airport’s logistics zone, the new logistics warehouse for the Hongyuan
Group has been inaugurated.

Hongyuan Group is a Chinese cross-border trade integrated service provider and has chosen Brussels Airport as the strategic location for their new European Headquarters.

This long-term lease will not only expand the Hongyuan network but also strengthens Brussels Airport’s connectivity to Asia.

The collaboration as strategic partners has been sealed by the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding.

Hongyuan and Brussels Airport have now signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) as strategic partners to further develop Brussels Airport as Hongyuan’s main gateway for general cargo and to develop e-commerce flows between China and Europe on the one hand and between Europe, Americas and Africa on the other hand.

Hongyuan and Brussels Airport have concluded a long-term lease agreement for a warehouse that will serve as their European headquarters and will enable them to expand their operations in Europe.

“After the successful start-up of their operations at Brussels Airport in the past year, we are pleased to welcome Hongyuan Group in their new warehouse at our airport and to anchor our partnership with this Memorandum of Understanding ”, says Arnaud Feist, CEO of Brussels Airport.

“Being part of the Hongyuan network strengthens/from our role as the gateway to Europe for their Chinese and European clients. We are looking forward to a fruitful and long-term collaboration”.

“We chose Brussels Airport as our new European headquarters as it is truly the strategic gateway to Europe,” said Cling Guo, Director of Hongyuan Group Europe.

Now we can increase our operations, together with our partners at Brussels Airport. We have the ambition to become a key partner in the world of logistics around Brussels Airport.

“In the future, we want to gradually open additional international freight routes such as Europe, America and Southeast Asia and increase export business to China”.

The 8,000 m² warehouse, owned by Brussels Airport, has first line access and is fully renewed to accommodate general cargo flows offering high end services for Hongyuan’s customers in China and Europe.