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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.
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