Kerry Logistics opens new office in Warsaw
Mar 30, 2017: Kerry Logistics has announced the opening of a new office in Warsaw, Poland. This addition will support Kerry Logistics’ continual expansion in Europe, and its focus will be international freight forwarding.
The new team will be headed by Diana Sokó?, managing director of Poland, who was previously General Director Poland at C.Spaarmann Logistics GmbH based in Warsaw.
Thomas Blank, managing director of Europe, Kerry Logistics, said, “The new Poland office will provide our customers with access into and out of Central and Eastern Europe. We are committed to offering local know-how combined with our in-depth knowledge of the Asian market. We will continue to increase our European footprint in line with our customers’ development in the region, to ensure we offer them the best possible service.”
Kerry Logistics opened a Shared Service Centre in Poznan, Poland in November last year to enhance the cost efficiency and service competitiveness of the region.
In January, it has acquired Multi Logistics GmbH, a specialist film and media logistics provider based in Germany just weeks after announcing the takeover of Spanish forwarder Bofill & Arnan.
Besides the full range of freight forwarding services, Kerry Logistics delivers customised end-to-end supply chain solutions to customers with high reliability and flexibility to support their expansion and long-term growth in new markets.
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