GEODIS to launch new logistics facility in Sweden

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GEODIS, a global leading supply chain provider, is establishing a contract logistics footprint in Sweden for the first time with the opening of 16,000 sqm facility at Arendal, near Gothenburg. The warehouse is said to open on December 1, 2021. 

Arendal is located only 15 km from the city of Gothenburg. It benefits from excellent connections to the regional motorway network with access to Stockholm and Malmö, as well as Oslo in Norway, and the wider Nordic region.

At the new facility, full range of warehousing and distribution services will be offered including, receiving goods to WMS, inventory storage, pick and packing, case palletization, value added services, returns processing, quality control and distribution. 

Thomas Kraus, GEODIS president and CEO North, East and Central Europe commented on the expansion into the Swedish market, “The GEODIS Freight Forwarding business has been long-established in the country and our traditional customers have been calling for an extension to our services. We will draw on our well-established contract logistics operations capabilities throughout Europe and around the world to help our customers to achieve their ambitions for business growth. It’s the ideal stepping-stone for GEODIS growth in Sweden.”

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Magnus Tornerhjelm, managing director of GEODIS in Scandinavia sees the new facility’s location as a particular asset.  “This new, strategically positioned facility provides a solid logistical base. It is an answer to the warehousing and logistics needs of our current and future customers while also allowing them to benefit from a last mile distribution network,” he said.

In Sweden, the GEODIS group operates from 8 locations (Helsingborg, Jönköping, Borås, Norrköping, Lund, Gothenburg, Stockholm and Malmö) and employs 350 employees.

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