Priority Freight expands Europe network with new Frankfurt office

By Rachelle Harry

Logistics provider Priority Freight has expanded its presence in Europe with a new office located at Frankfurt Airport.

The company named Marco Sauer as general manager of the new facility, which opened early this year.

In his new role, Sauer will use his experience to drive and grow Priority Freight’s German and global airfreight teams.

Sauer, who has more than 12 years of experience working in the logistics industry, held previous roles as operations manager and sales manager at Aircargo Trucking & Handling, station manger at JL Logistic and logistics coordinator at LTU/Air Berlin.

Neal Williams, group managing director at Priority Freight, said: “The opening of Priority Freight’s new Frankfurt premises is an important step towards providing global time-critical solutions to our customers, no matter what the geography, size, weight, distance or mode of transport.

“Launching operations in Frankfurt in addition to our presence in Willich will further strengthen our service capabilities and enable the team to better support its clients with their time-critical logistics requirements.”

Priority Freight launched its Frankfurt Airport office after having successfully opened a control tower in Bratislava last year.

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