Scan Global Logistics (SGL) has opened an office in Bucharest, Romania, to support the region’s developing market.


Image source: Scan Global Logistics; SGL Romania management L-R: Sebastian Blaga, Rares Theodosiu, Adrian Pali, Andrei Zodie, Nicolae Dragan.

The office will be headed up by Adrian Pali, managing director Romania, who will be supported by 20 experienced logistics professionals.

“Romania’s infrastructure includes Constanta Port, the biggest ocean and container port on the Black Sea, connecting to Bucharest Airport through an effective road and rail network. Soon, we will open Customs clearance offices in each location, providing local and global customers efficient end-to-end logistics solutions,’ said Pali.

SGL will focus on industries in which Romania offers significant potential, such as automotive, technology, pharma, oil and gas, and aid and relief.

“Romania is fast developing and becoming a logistics hub for Eastern Europe, especially Bulgaria and Moldova,” said Lars Syberg, ceo Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). “In the big picture, the entire CEE region (Central and Eastern Europe) has significant commercial and strategic potential. The opening of the Bucharest office is another step in pursuing new business opportunities, strengthening our foothold, and offering notable global synergies to our customers.”

The opening of the Romania office extends SGL’s global footprint to 46 countries. “We will inaugurate more locations around the world soon as we keep pursuing our ambitious acquisition and greenfield growth strategy,” added Syberg.