4SELLERS and Kuehne + Nagel enter into a strategic partnership


Kuehne + Nagel has entered into a strategic partnership with e-commerce software services provider 4SELLERS, through which the two companies will primarily cooperate in the area of fulfilment. The partnership is primarily aimed at growing medium-sized enterprises, which benefit from standardised services and prices. Deliveries are possible both within Germany and abroad.

Within the scope of the partnership, Kuehne + Nagel provides its storage capacity throughout Germany. The goods are solely stored at sites in Germany. This ensures that goods and shipments are processed in close proximity to the end customers, enabling them to benefit from short delivery routes and processing periods.

“It takes strength and power to implement visions in the field of e-commerce. We are delighted to have such a strong partner, which can ensure great reliability and constancy even in the B2C sector and at peak delivery times. With sites in over 100 countries, Kuehne + Nagel also acts as the perfect platform for growing retailers to expand their international business operations. 4SELLERS aims to grow with its customers. The partnership with Kuehne + Nagel marks a further milestone in the attainment of this goal”, stated 4SELLERS CEO Christian Meier.

“e-commerce fulfilment has been an important growth driver for Kuehne + Nagel for many years. We are not only working with the world’s leading companies, but also focussing on small and medium-sized enterprises. The partnership with 4SELLERS is therefore of great strategic importance to us. Our aim is to increase our market share in this segment, too,” states Matthias Weiner, Member of the Managing Board of Kuehne + Nagel Germany responsible for Contract Logistics.

Source: Kuehne + Nagel

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