Both the location and the technically state-of-the-art 4,500 m sq logistics facility offer long-term and strategic advantages for the distribution network. Thus, the new branch also has the corresponding growth capacities to meet the needs of both existing and new customers. At the same time, the location will be integrated into the general cargo network called NG.network, which was successfully launched under the new brand on January 1, 2023. As the largest network partner and as a shareholder, Hellmann is now represented in the cooperation with 17 branches and, together with NG.network, intends to significantly drive the further development of the joint Germany-wide network.
“The decision to open our own branch in Neumuenster was made for various reasons: The region in the triangle of Neumuenster, Crivitz near Schwerin and Hamburg offers a lot of potential, especially with regard to the food industry as well as renewable energies, which we want to use even more in the future. By selecting this location, we are strengthening the network and thus also our capacity and service quality. In terms of strengthening the transport axis between Germany and Scandinavia, the logistics hub also offers optimal opportunities in terms of handling volumes and flexibility,” says Jonathan Adeoye, COO of Road Germany & West Europe, Hellmann Worldwide Logistics.
Source: Hellmann Worldwide Logistics