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M&M opens in Sprockhovel

Militzer & Münch (M&M) has opened a new office in the North Rhine-Westphalia area of Germany.

The office, located at Sprockhövel near Wuppertal, will focus on providing logistics services to and from the Balkan peninusla. The company now has 16 locations across Germany providing road, air and ocean logistics services.

The expansion of the M&M network follows a positive 2017 for the wider M&M group. "In the air and sea freight segments as well as in road transport we registered above average increases," said Dr Lothar Thoma, ceo of M&M International. "We owe this mainly to the high demand for transports to the Maghreb states and along the New Silk Road."

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