Aeronet Denver Moves to a New Facility

Station moves from Centennial to Englewood.

Aeronet Denver Moves to a New Facility

Aeronet Worldwide's Denver, Colorado, station has made a short move from Centennial to Englewood. With the move, they gain modest warehouse space (1,220 square feet), which allows for storage, transloading, and even pick, pack, and ship services. The move also keeps the operation about 30 miles from Denver International Airport.

Aeronet has had a presence in the Denver area since 2003, and is well equipped to handle both domestic and international cargo. It features staff credentialed in HAZMAT and dangerous goods, ITAR, and military logistics. Recently, the station handled a notable aerospace shipment, having an instrumental role in the United Arab Emirates' first interplanetary mission.

Contact General Manager Patrick Mulstay to find out how Aeronet Denver can handle your freight and logistics needs.

About Aeronet Worldwide:
For nearly 40 years, Aeronet has provided its clients, in a wide array of vertical industries and sectors, with the very best in global logistics solutions. With associates and partners connected to every major airport and seaport throughout the world, there is no shipment too large or complex. Visit Aeronet.com for more information.

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Kevin Mautino
Kevin Mautino
Vice President, Marketing & Product Development, Aeronet Worldwide
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