Rhenus Air and Ocean adds two new Danish locations

By Damian Brett

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German logistics company Rhenus Air & Ocean has expanded its presence in north-west Europe by opening two new business sites in Copenhagen and Aarhus.

Rhenus said the two new Danish offices would strengthen connections with the Netherlands, Belgium, Ireland, Norway, and the UK.

Prior to this, Rhenus had already added a new branch in Norway in February.

“Our rapid growth in the Nordic countries is evidence of the focus and strategy to provide reliable, high quality service and operate in close proximity to our customers and their suppliers,” said Frank Roderkerk, the chief executive of Rhenus Air & Ocean North-West Europe. 

He added: “Growing together with our customers in a sustainable manner is the aim for Rhenus Air & Ocean in North-West Europe. Supported by our own global network in the Asia-Pacific region, Americas, and Africa we are best equipped to be the competitive advantage for importers and exporters in the Nordic countries.”

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