Bremen-headquartered Drewes Logistics has opened branch offices in Dornbirn, Austria, and Savannah, USA.

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Fabio Buzzi, Austrian branch manger

The Austrian branch will be led by Fabio Buzzi. Drewes Logistics managing director Patrick Drewes said: “We have maintained close economic relations with Austria for more than 70 years and also represent the interests of the residents of the Alpine state with our consulate in Bremen. Now we are also represented entrepreneurially with a branch office in Austria to get even closer to our customers.”  

For example, several large international mechanical and plant engineering companies from Austria, for whom Drewes Logistics organises worldwide exports, are among its long-standing customers.

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Lisa Beerens, Savannah/USA branch manager

The Savannah branch, meanwhile, will be led by Lisa Beerens, who previously worked in the business development and projects department at Drewes’ headquarters in Bremen. In addition to project cargo, Drewes Logistics will also handle container and breakbulk business from Savannah. 

“This region has been very interesting for us for a long time because of its high volume of cargo for mechanical and plant engineering,” Drewes said. “This applies both inbound and outbound.”

“The market for project logistics is very robust and attractive for us, which is why we are investing in our market presence. We are already planning the next two overseas locations, which will bring our network to 11 branches,” he added.