Rhenus Logistics UK has announced a new partnership with Intertrans, a groupage specialist freight forwarder based in Greece. The relationship sees the launch of Rhenus’ latest direct overland route from the UK to Greece. Following confirmed partnership agreements with Transdanubia, an Austrian freight forwarder, and Milsped, a provider of logistics services in the Balkans, the deal will see Rhenus further expand its presence in Europe.
Intertrans will support Rhenus by offering its customers a logistics services in the quickly changing Greek market. The business currently has Greek hubs operating in Athens, Athens’ Piraeus port and Thessaloniki, handling more than 25,000 shipments a year. The relationship will allow Rhenus to offer a reverse logistics solution covering the country’s mainland and islands.
Gary Dodsworth, director at Rhenus said, “We are thrilled to announce our new contract with Intertrans which is now fully operational. We’re looking forward to working with an organization that shares our values and vision for the future of European logistics. We hope to continue increasing our network across Europe offering a guaranteed specialised solution.”
Through the new partnership Rhenus is providing an end-to-end package to manufacturing exporters to Greece; offering a range of additional services such as express shipment, temperature controlled transportation and groupage options for both full and part loads.
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