Logwin adds new German office

Logistics firm Logwin has continued to expand its German operations with the opening of a new office in Mannheim, providing air and ocean forwarding services.
Head of Logwin Air + Ocean Deutschland Stefan Schwind said it had decided to open the new office to be close to its air and ocean customers. The move follows on from the opening of offices in Erfurt and Leipzig last year.
While Logwin has only recently opened a forwarding office in Mannheim, it has had an office for contract logistics in the town for many years and offered consumer and chemical customers warehousing services through a 20,000 sq m multiuser facility.

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