Gebruder Weiss has continued expanding in Germany with an air and sea freight office in Munich, located at the airport.
Staffed by five employees, the branch at Munich Airport also offers local rail transport, e-commerce and logistics solutions, and customs clearance, in addition to air and sea freight.
The logistics company opened branches in Hamburg, Frankfurt and Dusseldorf earlier this year, and regional manager of air & sea for Asia and Germany, Vojislav Jevtic says: “Within a relatively short space of time we have established an air and sea freight network in Germany that slots perfectly into our existing portfolio of global services. This means we can offer our customers efficient transport connections between the central German transport hubs and every corner of the globe.”
Gebruder Weiss says it is pursuing a strategy to position itself strongly on the international stage as a globally active full-service logistics provider, and Jetvic says: “There is no way around Germany. Not just because of its geographical position right in the heart of Europe but also because of its solid infrastructure and foreign trade quota.”
Another air & sea branch will open in Stuttgart at the beginning of 2018, bringing the total number of air & sea experts at its five locations to approximately 100.
With its other branches in the South of Germany in Esslingen, Aldingen, Memmingen, Nuremburg and Passau specialising in land transport, Gebruder Weiss will have a workforce in Germany of around 750.