K+N opens Baku and Almaty offices

Kuehne + Nagel has opened offices in Baku (Azerbaijan) and in Almaty (Kazakhstan), along with new legal entities, to better serve the "promising markets".
The forwarder said the two countries are showing annual GDP growth rates of around 4% as well as  rising demand in logistics services primarily in oil & gas, consumer goods and integrated logistic projects.
Perry Neumann, president cluster Russia + CIS, said: “By continually expanding our logistics network we offer throughout the entire region an integrated service portfolio according to our highest quality standards to both local and international customers from all major industries.
"Particularly in Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan, our proven expertise in oil & gas and project logistics and our strong global network are best suited to meet the soaring market demand and provide comprehensive state-of-the-art solutions.”
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