Grand expansion plans at Röhlig


German owner-managed company, Röhlig Logistics, has shared its expansion strategy, with plans to continue to open new facilities in Southeast Asia and Oceania.

The company says it is strategically advancing its contract logistics business and can currently boast 260,000 square metres of warehouse space in more than 15 countries. Its aim is to have representation in 40 warehouses worldwide by the end of 2023.

“Most recently we have significantly expanded our capacity with new warehouses in Malaysia, Australia, South Africa and Singapore,” said Röhlig Logistics CEO – Sea Freight, Air Freight, Contract Logistics & Sales, Hylton Gray.

“This global presence across all continents allows us to ensure maximum reliability and flexibility even in times of volatile markets.”

In other news, Lithuania-based transport company, Girteka Group, said 2023 could be a difficult year, despite its strong financial results from last year.

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