Dangerous goods support in Romania

DANGEROUS Goods Management announce the opening of the first DGM office in Romania.

Alain Schodts, managing director of DGM Romania, said: “The direct access Romania has within the European Union to Ukraine, Hungary, Turkey and the Balkan region, gives us a benefit already and with the recent developments around the port of Constanta, we are in connection with the Middle East as well. It’s our mission to achieve a long-term relationship with our customers and together, as partners, maximise the added value of both parties and we will only be satisfied when our solutions have resulted in better and improved business performance of our customers on a daily basis.”

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