Rhenus Logistics, one of Britain’s leading freight forwarders, has announced a new partnership with Austrian logistics giant Transdanubia. The deal will see Rhenus expand upon its longstanding market presence in Austria by working with Transdanubia to provide an improved logistics service across central Europe.
Transdanubia handles over 500,000 shipments a year, distributing a wide range of products including hazardous goods and automotive parts throughout central Europe. It has an impressive client portfolio, including some of Austria’s leading organisations such as Schöller Foods.
Rhenus and Transdanubia currently operate three scheduled trailer departures each week, encompassing a full reverse logistics solution from the UK to Austria. The joint venture with Rhenus is a signal of both companies’ ongoing expansion, with early volume reports suggesting the partnership will be a great success.
Gary Dodsworth, director at Rhenus, said: “We’re delighted to add to our growing blue chip and market-leading client base with Transdanubia. We’re pleased to be working with an organisation that shares our values and vision for the future of European logistics and look forward to increasing our market share in Europe. Transdanubia is a first-rate partner when it comes to difficult or unusual transport solutions. Through its use of the very latest in logistics technical equipment, we can jointly guarantee a specialised solution, whatever the load.”
Encompassing rail, road, air and sea, Rhenus Logistics has more than 75 years’ experience in logistics. Through a network of 11 facilities strategically located across England, Scotland and Ireland, it delivers a fast and flexible import and export service to all industries. The business specialises in meeting its clients’ needs with a proactive approach that ensures an efficient supply chain is maintained.