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Tschudi opens in Rotterdam

Tschudi Logistics has opened an office in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

The Dutch office will be led by Kees Van der Steen, who has been appointed managing director, Holland.

He said: “The port of Rotterdam can handle the large ships which enable us to deliver cost-effective forwarding solutions for both conventional and project cargo. Our office is just a stone’s throw from the warehouse and very close to the port, which enables me to be on site whenever needed.”

According to Tschudi, the office in Rotterdam enables the company to further develop its services from Europe to the countries in the CIS and Baltic states.

Eskil Ødegaard, ceo of the Tschudi Logistics Group, added: “As a large part of our business is connected with the Benelux area, opening an office in Rotterdam was the next logical step in our expansion.

“An office in Rotterdam gives us full control of the logistics chain from shipper to consignee and most importantly, it will enable us to expand into new service areas.”

tschudilogistics.com

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