Dronamics adds three German ports to its network

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Dronamics is launching the first 3 droneport locations that will service our network in Germany. The 3 airports announced today are Paderborn-Lippstadt, Rostock–Laage and Airport Weeze, servicing a total of 12.7 million people within 1-hour drive of the airports and will serve as the first German droneports unlocking this key market for.

DRONAMICS will operate same-day flights within the network using its proprietary DRONAMICS “Black Swan” large unmanned cargo drones, each with a capacity of 350 kg and range of up to 2,500 km, reducing time, cost, and emissions by up to 80% compared to traditional air cargo.

Svilen Rangelov, the CEO of Dronamics who will speak at our sustainability conference on the 11th May, said: ‘With the three droneports in Germany we are unlocking the huge potential of the German market and confirming regional airport partners that can service large metropolitan areas.’

The airports of Paderborn-Lippstadt and Airport Weeze will both service the state of North-Rhine Westphalia, Germany’s industrial heartland and Europe’s 3rd largest metropolitan area, with cities such as Düsseldorf, Dortmund, Mönchengladbach, Duisburg and Essen all within 1-hour drive from any of the two airports. With its good road infrastructure connections and proximity to the Netherlands, the airport of Weeze will also service the Dutch cities of Nijmegen, Arnhem and Venlo. Rostock-Laage airport will be the main droneport for the seaport of Rostock, which is the 4th biggest cargo seaport in Germany, as well as for the province of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

Learn more about Dronamics on the 11th May at 10 am UK time at ‘Delivering Green: Creating Sustainable Supply Chains’ Conference, organised by The Logistics Point.

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