Geodis expands with new office in Spain

By Damian Brett

Source: Geodis

Freight forwarder Geodis has expanded its presence in Spain through the opening of a new office in Seville.

The new office adds a presence in the Andalusia region of Spain and comes in addition to its presence in Barcelona, Bilbao, Madrid and Valencia.

Ivan Sanchez, managing director of Geodis in Spain, said: “Our ability to understand the needs of our customers in the southern regions of Spain will be greatly enhanced by our new, strategically located base.

“Our mission throughout the Geodis organisation is to help grow the businesses of our customers. In order to achieve that, we must harmonize with their expansion plans, facilitating the logistics that underpins those plans in the most relevant way. A localized operation is required to develop such a close relationship.”

Both maritime and air transport solutions will be offered at the new office as well as value-added services such as Control Tower, purchase order and vendor management and emission reporting. 

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