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Taking Off: Realog's Modular Design Revolutionizes Moscow's Cargo Airport

Updated: May 4, 2023




The Moskau-Scheremetjewo Cargo Airport, also known as SVO Moscow Cargo Terminal, is a critical transportation hub for Aeroflot and Air Bridge Cargo. The terminal was designed by Realog, a leading logistics and engineering consulting firm that specializes in creating advanced, modular hub concepts.

Realog's design for the SVO Moscow Cargo Terminal includes all the latest materials handling system (MHS) technology and hub processes, with a capacity of 0.4 million tonnes and a warehouse area of 27,000 square meters. The terminal's productivity is also top-notch, with the ability to handle 15 tons per square meter per year.

Realog's services for the SVO Moscow Cargo Terminal included developing the operational concept, design, specification, and tender management. By designing the terminal in a phased, modular approach, Realog was able to create a highly efficient and adaptable facility that can handle the complex logistics requirements of Aeroflot and Air Bridge Cargo.

The SVO Moscow Cargo Terminal has become a vital hub for the transportation of goods throughout Russia and beyond, facilitating the movement of millions of tonnes of cargo every year. With Realog's expertise in logistics and engineering, the terminal was designed to the highest standards of quality, safety, and efficiency, setting new standards for excellence in hub design and operation.

Realog's innovative approach to hub design and operation has helped to transform the way cargo is transported and handled, making it easier and more efficient for businesses around the world to move their goods from one place to another. The SVO Moscow Cargo Terminal is a shining example of this innovation, providing a critical link in the global supply chain and helping to drive economic growth and prosperity.

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