DHL to provide logistic solutions for Gorenje in 90 countries
Jun 29, 2017: DHL Global Forwarding has signed an agreement of delivering international and domestic cargo goods of Gorenje Group. The agreement comprises the processing of the company's logistic needs in 90 countries. The contract came into effect in January and comprises an annual freight volume of approximately 2,200 Twenty-foot Equivalent Units (TEU).
Sabine Eisses, country manager Slovenia and Croatia, DHL Global Forwarding, said,"Knowing Gorenje Group for over six years and knowing their needs and expectations in detail enables us to offer tailor-made solutions. DHL is adding real value to Gorenje's business by aligning all processes efficiently and replicable as well as providing opportunities for further progress.”
With 66 years of experience, Gorenje Group has developed two global and six local brands. Gorenje Group manufactures technologically advanced, energy-efficient household appliances like for example fridges, washing machines, laundry dryer and ovens.
DHL Global Forwarding Slovenia keeps good contacts to Gorenje suppliers and customers in order to support smooth and timely pick-up and deliveries and provide immediate updates on the status of their cargo. DHL has furthermore evaluated a competitive mix of transportation providers and selected premium carriers with space and equipment capacity to serve regular flows of the company and support their growing business. The main trade lanes are imports from China via Hamburg to Nuremberg and exports from Slovenia to Australia which will be handled via seaway and overland.
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