Warsaw opening continues Kerry’s European expansion

Hong Kong-based Kerry Logistics Network has opened a new office in Warsaw, Poland as part of its European expansion programme.
It will be headed by Diana Sokół, managing director of Poland, who was previously at C.Spaarmann Logistics in Warsaw.
Sokół, who holds joint Polish and German citizenship and has extensive knowhow in East-West trade, will head a team of six. Services offered will include air, ocean, and road freight and customs brokerage.
Kerry’s managing director of Europe, Thomas Blank, said: “We are pleased to welcome Diana to the Kerry Logistics family. The new Poland office will provide our customers with access into and out of Central and Eastern Europe.” He predicted that Kerry would continue to increase its European footprint in line with customer development in the region.
Kerry Logistics opened a shared service centre in Poznan, Poland in November last year and in January acquired German-based film and media logistics provider Multi Logistics. A few weeks previously it took over Spanish forwarder Bofill & Arnan.

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