LOCAL logistics service provider WH Distripark believes that its bio-integrated logistics hub project worth RM150 million developed in Bio-XCell, Nusajaya Park here, will meet the needs of customers here and from abroad.
WH Distripark chairman Datuk Meer Sadik Habib said the development that spreads 10.4ha is expected to begin operations in September.
He is optimistic that it will provide not only the comfort and efficiency of logistics but also the expertise to meet customer needs.
"When completed, the hub will also offer warehouse storage customisation," he said at a press conference in Bio-XCell, Nusajaya Park, recently.
"We have chosen this location because it is accessible via the North South Expressway (PLUS), the Second Link as well as airport and seaport facilities in Iskandar Malaysia and Singapore.
"WH Distripark will meet the needs of global companies in the bio-pharma and bio-industries," he said.
The press conference was held after the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement between WH Distripark and the Malaysian Bio-XCell chief executive officer Rizatuddin Ramli, witnessed by the State Education, Information, Entrepreneur and Cooperative Development chairman Md Jais Sarday.
Also present were Kedah Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mukhriz Mahathir and WH Distripark managing director David Wong Nan Fay.