sekos


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sekos

(ˈsiːkɒs)
n
a holy place in ancient Greece
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The 80,000-square-foot facility is double the size of SEKOs previous Amsterdam locations.
We needed this expansion to keep pace with our growth in the Netherlands, which is being driven by client demand for our eCommerce fulfillment, Omni-Channel and cross-border expertise, said Bob van der Putten, managing director of SEKO Logistics, Benelux & Germany.
The new Amsterdam location will also enable SEKO to satisfy the growing demand for its value-added services.