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GEODIS tests the Com’hand System, developed by the start-up Siatech, for controlling lifting machinery

GEODIS is testing the Com’hand system, which offers intuitive control capabilities for lifting and handling machinery, at a manufacturing site of Saint-Gobain.

The innovative system has been developed by the technology start-up company Siatech and initial tests within a live logistics environment began in November 2016 at a site of Distribution Sanitaire Chauffage, subsidiary of SAINT-GOBAIN Distribution Bâtiment France in Hénin-Beaumont, northern France..

Created in April 2016 by Siatech’s founders, the Com’hand system uses state-of-the-art digital sensor technology for controlling industrial machinery, in the first instance with application to cranes and gantries. Operators interact with the machinery using simple, intuitive arm motions, which are interpreted and transmitted by means of a bracelet fitted with motion sensors and worn on the wrist and also by a ring. Basically, the system offers greater simplicity in machine operation and improved control efficiency while avoiding the risk of loss or damage.

Instead of having to perform multiple, complex command actions using a heavy and cumbersome control unit, an operator using the Com’hand system can control the machine directly from the ‘hand-worn’ device. As well as producing increased efficiency (productivity gains of up to 20% over a conventional control unit have been achieved), the system also brings considerable improvements in safety and ergonomic comfort.

The initial tests have been successful and have allowed Siatech valuable feedback on the use of its technology in a practical logistics environment. Once the equipment is made available commercially, GEODIS could now consider introducing Com’hand across all its industrial logistics sites where lifting gantries are employed.

Click here to view initial tests carried out by GEODIS using the Com’hand system.

SIATECH – www.siatech.fr

Siatech, which was quoted by French industry journal L’Usine Nouvelle in its “2016 Digital Technologies award”, is a French start-up founded in Rouen (northern France) by three young graduates from the ESIGELEC engineering school with the purpose of developing systems for simplifying machine control in industrial and domestic environments. The three founding members work from the AD Normandie business incubator and schedule market release for their product in early 2017.

GEODIS – www.geodis.com

GEODIS is a Supply Chain Operator ranking among the top companies in the field in Europe and the World. GEODIS, owned by SNCF Logistics, which in turn is a business line of the SNCF Group, is ranked as the number four logistics provider in Europe and number seven at a worldwide level. GEODIS is also listed as a “Leader” in Gartner’s 2016 Magic Quadrant of Worldwide 3PLs. GEODIS’ reach includes a direct presence in 67 countries and a global network spanning over 120 countries. With its five Lines of Business (Supply Chain Optimization, Freight Forwarding, Contract Logistics, Distribution & Express, and Road Transport), GEODIS manages its customers’ Supply Chain by providing end to end solutions enabled by over 39,500 employees, its infrastructure, its processes and systems. In 2016, GEODIS recorded €8 billion in sales.

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Dachser acquires majority interest in its Irish partner, Johnston Logistics

Kempten, April 25, 2017. Effective immediately, Dachser becomes majority shareholder of its partner in Ireland, Johnston Logistics Ltd. This allows Dachser to expand and strengthen its logistics network in northwestern Europe.

“Our customers in Ireland benefit from uniform services and quality standards, fixed transit times, and a tightly meshed network of Dachser branch offices throughout Europe,” says Michael Schilling, COO Road Logistics at Dachser. “In Johnston Logistics, we’ve acquired a well-established family company that we’ve worked with and trusted for a long time, and we see this investment as an exciting opportunity to further enhance our all-important European network.”

Albert Johnston will remain a shareholder and  Managing Director of Dachser’s new subsidiary in Ireland. “Ireland’s tremendous economic growth makes it a key logistics region. This purchase allows us to offer our customers the entire range of high-quality services that Dachser is renowned for,” says Wolfgang Reinel, Dachser Managing Director of European Logistics for North-Central Europe.

Since it entered into partnership with Dachser in 2007, family-owned Johnston Logistics has tapped international markets and benefitted from daily departures to Dachser’s European overland network. Dachser organizes Ireland shipments at its branch offices in Cologne, Germany and Zevenaar, the Netherlands. There are also daily connections between Ireland and the UK.

The brothers Albert and Ivan Johnston founded Johnston Logistics in 1979. It has become one of the key logistics players in Ireland. This company focuses on the Irish market, but also serves the UK. Johnston Logistics has three locations in Ireland: Rathcoole near Dublin, Cork, and Limerick. The logistics provider also has a presence in England thanks to three hazardous chemicals partner locations. The company employs 150 people; its warehouse and operations facilities as well as office space span nearly 40,000 square meters (430,000 square feet). In addition to classic groupage services, Johnston Logistics specializes in shipments of dangerous goods and warehousing services for customers in the following industries: chemical, pharmaceuticals, hardware, plastics, and packaging. Johnston Logistics generated EUR 24 million of revenue in 2016.

About Dachser:

Dachser, a family-owned company headquartered in Kempten, Germany, is one of the leading logistics providers.

Dachser provides comprehensive transport logistics, warehousing, and customized services in two business fields: Dachser Air & Sea Logistics and Dachser Road Logistics. The latter is divided into two business lines, Dachser European Logistics and Dachser Food Logistics. Comprehensive contract logistics services and industry-specific solutions round out the company’s offerings. A seamless shipping network—both in Europe and overseas—and fully integrated IT systems provide for intelligent logistics solutions worldwide.

Dachser employs some 27,450 people at 409 locations worldwide, and is represented by country organizations in 43 countries. In 2016, the company generated revenue of 5.71 billion euros and handled a total of 80 million shipments weighing 38.2 million metric tons.

For more information about Dachser, please visit www.dachser.com

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Maritime and Port Authority in Singapore Honours “K”LINE Group Company

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Right: Mrs Josephine Teo – Senior Minister of State, Prime Minister’s Office, Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Ministry of Transport, Singapore. Left: Mr. Makoto Hashizume – President & CEO of KLPL.

Kudos to “K” Line Pte Ltd for Clinching International Maritime Centre (Corporate) Award 2017

We are pleased to announce that on April 25, 2017, in Singapore, “K” Line Pte Ltd (KLPL), a 100% subsidiary of KAWASAKI KISEN KAISHA, LTD – which plays an important role for “K”LINE group business in Singapore – has received the International Maritime Centre (Corporate) Award by Maritime and Port Authority from Guest of Honour, Mrs Josephine Teo – Senior Minister of State, Prime Minister’s Office, Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Ministry of Transport, Singapore.

The AWARD is given to companies which make significant contributions to the Maritime Industry that contributes about 7% to the GDP of Singapore.

KLPL was founded in 2001 and is one of the core companies of the “K”LINE group, which has assumed some principal functions on behalf of “K” LINE Tokyo and also do its own Containership business, Dry Bulk business and Tanker business.

The winning of such an important award from MPA will further motivate and enable “K”LINE group to help develop human talent, pursue service excellence and actively contribute to Singapore’s Maritime Industry.

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Real and digital: Dachser at transport logistic

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Kempten, April 24, 2017. At transport logistic, the industry’s leading exhibition, Dachser is highlighting its expertise in fulfillment and digital networking. The supplier of logistics services invites industry specialists to visit its booth in Hall B6, Booth 101/202 at the Munich Messe fairground.

Over some 800 square meters at transport logistic, Dachser is showcasing its role as the technological trendsetter in the logistics industry. It will highlight how it is making global supply chains transparent, efficient, secure, and flexible. The company also aims to present current developments in the digitalization of logistics and new approaches to city distribution. In addition, visitors will see innovative visualization methods for planning warehouse projects along with a glimpse into current research and development projects at Dachser. “We will show that, with Logistics 4.0, Dachser is an Industry 4.0 partner,” explains Dachser CEO Bernhard Simon.

In addition to the experienced staff at its booth, Dachser is also supplying experts for various events at the trade fair. On Tuesday, May 9, 1:30–3:00 p.m., Grzegorz Lichocik, Managing Director of Dachser European Logistics Poland, will be speaking at an expert forum about the opportunities and challenges Poland presents as a logistics location. The transportation infrastructure for the chemicals industry is the focus of a panel discussion being held on Wednesday, May 10, 10:00–11:30 a.m., in which Michael Kriegel, Department Head Dachser Chem-Logistics, is participating.

Meanwhile Stefan Hohm, Corporate Director Corporate Solutions, Research & Development at Dachser, will be speaking in an expert forum on city logistics on Thursday, 10:00–11:30 a.m.

About Dachser:

A family-owned company headquartered in Kempten, Germany, Dachser is a leading supplier of logistics services worldwide.

Dachser offers comprehensive transport logistics, warehousing and customer-specific services in two business fields: Dachser Air & Sea Logistics and Dachser Road Logistics. The latter consists of two business lines: Dachser European Logistics and Dachser Food Logistics. Comprehensive contract-logistics services and industry-specific solutions round out the company’s offerings. A seamless shipping network—both in Europe and overseas—and fully integrated IT systems ensure intelligent logistics solutions worldwide.

Thanks to some 27,450 employees at 409 locations all over the globe, Dachser generated revenue of 5.71 billion euros in 2016. That same year, the logistics provider handled a total of 80 million shipments weighing 38.2 million metric tons. Country organizations represent Dachser in 43 countries.

For more information about Dachser, please visit www.dachser.com

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VCI extends contract with DACHSER

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(l-r) Michael Kriegel, Department Head Dachser Chem-Logistics, Johann-Peter Nickel, Head of Economics, Finance and IT at VCI and Sabine Knirsch, Key Account Management VCI purchasing alliances

Kempten, April 20, 2017. The Chemical Industry Association (Verband der Chemischen Industrie e.V. or VCI) has extended its purchasing alliance with Dachser for another two years. The partners have enjoyed a successful collaboration on European groupage shipments from Germany since 2009 and extended it to include Air & Sea freight transport in 2015.

Association members, mostly medium-sized companies in the chemicals industry, benefit from standardized transportation and warehousing services for their goods consignments on pallets. A central dangerous goods team and 180 regional dangerous goods safety advisors ensure safe transport in a seamless Dachser logistics network consisting of 409 branch offices. Complementing this is a specialized industry team focused on the specific logistics needs of the chemical industry.

“As exports increase, the chemical industry in Germany is growing. In addition, production sites are now scattered across the whole globe,” says Michael Kriegel, Department Head DachserChem-Logistics. “With this in mind, medium-sized companies now see the advantage of having integrated and IT-connected supply chains.”

“Our longstanding partnership with Dachser has been very positive, so we’re pleased to continue the cooperation,” says Johann-Peter Nickel, Head of Economics, Finance and IT at VCI. “Not only does it mean our members can buy reliable and high-quality logistics services, but in Dachser they also get a partner that perfectly understands their requirements and speaks the language of the chemical industry. In the complex business world our members now find themselves in, that is of extraordinary value.”

Combined industry expertise

With Dachser Chem-Logistics, Dachser has created a specialized logistics industry solution that is exactly tailored to the requirements of the chemicals industry. In doing so, the globally-positioned logistics provider took its standardized core services within the groupage network (shipping, warehousing, and IT) and combined them with specific service components for producers of chemical products. As the contact party for companies in the chemicals industry, branch offices can consult with an available centralized team of industry experts.

Dachser transports over 3.2 million hazardous goods shipments each year; locations in Europe that are specially organized to handle the storage of hazardous goods play a key role in this regard. Currently, 23 branch offices in Germany, Denmark, Austria, Hungary and Romania are evaluated based on the Safety and Quality Assessment System SQAS) questionnaire— administered by the European Chemical Industry Council (or CEFIC)—in the transport, service and/or warehousing modules.

About Dachser:

A family-owned company headquartered in Kempten, Germany, Dachser is a leading supplier of logistics services worldwide. Dachser offers comprehensive transport logistics, warehousing and customer-specific services in two business fields: Dachser Air & Sea Logistics and Dachser Road Logistics. The latter consists of two business lines: Dachser European Logistics and Dachser Food Logistics. Comprehensive contract-logistics services and industry-specific solutions round out the company’s offerings. A seamless shipping network—both in Europe and overseas—and fully integrated IT systems ensure intelligent logistics solutions worldwide.

Thanks to some 27,450 employees at 409 locations all over the globe, Dachser generated revenue of 5.71 billion euros in 2016. That same year, the logistics provider handled a total of 80 million shipments weighing 38.2 million metric tons. Country organizations represent Dachser in 43 countries.

For more information about Dachser, please visit www.dachser.de

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“K”Line Provides Ocean Transportation of Fire Engines and Ambulances Donated to the Republic of El Salvador

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Fire engine being loaded on “K” Line’s “BRASILIA HIGHWAY”

Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (“K” Line) has announced that it is providing free ocean transportation of a fire engine and two ambulances donated by Japan Firefighters Association to the Republic of El Salvador.

In order to contribute to the well-being of international society, mainly in terms of improvement of fire defense systems in developing countries, Japanese Firefighters Association has been donating fire engines, used in Japan, to countries overseas. As a part of these activities, it is donating three vehicles to El Salvador this time.

These vehicles have been put in order for usage in El Salvador supported by Japan-El Salvador Association, and on April 18, with cooperation of Daito Corporation, an affiliate company of “K” Line, the vehicles were loaded onto “K” Line’s pure car carrier (PCC) at Yokohama that will call at the port of Acajutla, El Salvador in early May.

“K” Line has been acting as Honorary Consul of El Salvador in Japan since 1969, and has supported free ocean transportation since 2014 in order to contribute to the reinforcement of emergency vehicles in the country. This is the fourth such opportunity in which “K” Line has supported free ocean transportation for a total of 12 donated vehicles to the country (7 fire engines and 5 ambulances).

The vehicles being transported help promote safety activities such as not only firefighting and lifesaving when fires break out, but also for extra-curricular safety measures which firemen teach children to prevent accidents and fires in their country.

Fire engine being loaded on “K” Line’s “BRASILIA HIGHWAY”

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KENZO puts trust in GEODIS to handle its Global Logistics

GEODIS is stepping up its growth in the retail fashion sector as proven by a new partnership with KENZO, the luxury prêt-à-porter company owned by t170419 Selec IMG_0800 crédit photo EC GEODIShe LVMH group.

GEODIS has been operating KENZO’s global logistics from France since the beginning of March. Through the recently agreed five-year partnership, KENZO will be able to pursue its growth plans by taking advantage of the specialist expertise of GEODIS in retail fashion. With a dedicated team of 70, GEODIS is responsible for the reception, storage and preparation of the fashion brand’s clothes, leather goods, shoes and accessories.

GEODIS’ logistics campus to the south of Paris, a secure site with storage and preparation facilities especially adapted to folded and hanging garments was selected to centralize these operations. GEODIS is also supporting KENZO in the development of its e-commerce sales channel by preparing and fulfilling orders. In addition KENZO is sourcing specific services from GEODIS such as the management of raw materials, quality control and ensuring all its products meet regulatory compliance standards.

Commenting on the business relationship, David Perruche, Logistics Director at KENZO, said: “It is the ability of GEODIS to support KENZO in its international growth and both the modularity and flexibility of its technical and commercial offering that caught our attention”. While Neil Bird, Vertical Market Director for Retail and Luxury at GEODIS said, “We already work with other LVMH brands and this new contract strengthens our partnership with the group at a global level. We are acting as their growth partner”.

GEODIS – www.geodis.com

GEODIS is a Supply Chain Operator ranking among the top companies in the field in Europe and the World. GEODIS, owned by SNCF Logistics, which in turn is a business line of the SNCF Group, is ranked as the number four logistics provider in Europe and number seven at a worldwide level. GEODIS is also listed as a “Leader” in Gartner’s 2016 Magic Quadrant of Worldwide 3PLs. GEODIS’ reach includes a direct presence in 67 countries and a global network spanning over 120 countries. With its five Lines of Business (Supply Chain Optimization, Freight Forwarding, Contract Logistics, Distribution & Express, and Road Transport), GEODIS manages its customers’ Supply Chain by providing end to end solutions enabled by over 39,500 employees, its infrastructure, its processes and systems. In 2016, GEODIS recorded €8 billion in sales.

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ICHCA invites submissions for 2nd TT Club Innovation in Safety Award

ICHCA International has opened the 2nd TT Club Innovation in Safety Award and invites submissions from anyone involved in cargo logistics who can show a demonstrable improvement to safety

12.04.2017 – ICHCA International, the global cargo handling NGO association, has opened the 2nd TT Club Innovation in Safety Award which aims to highlight the importance of safety at a time of increased operational demands on cargo handling infrastructure and operations worldwide. The goal of the Award is equally to champion and celebrate the many companies and individuals around the world who are 100% dedicated to ‘making it safe’ every day, and to acknowledge and foster innovation to improve safety in cargo operations and logistics.

The inaugural Award was won last year by APMT Buenos Aires for its mobile port equipment ‘Safety Logging System’. This innovation produced measurable proven results in incident reduction and behavioural responses from the workforce. Entries for the 2016 award were numerous and varied, and the judges were pleased also to award a ‘Highly Commended’ prize to Andrew Ryan, as nominated by Asciano in Australia, for the simple concept of the ‘Ryan Key’. This tool enables semi-automatic twist locks that have partially failed or been incorrectly installed to be ‘locked’ open, eliminating the need for operatives to remain in the danger zone to hold them whilst the container is discharged. The full report from the 2016 Award, including details of all entries submitted, has recently been published and is available to download for free here.

Both ICHCA International and TT Club have a fundamental commitment to risk reduction throughout the supply chain and, in particular, to safety within cargo handling operations. Promoting such safety advice is paramount to the philosophy of the two organisations and the Award reflects this commitment.

In announcing the opening of the Award entry process for 2017, TT Club Risk Management Director Peregrine Storrs-Fox said, “TT Club has always emphasised the critical nature of loss prevention in its role as a primary supplier of liability and property insurance to those in the supply chain industry.  As such, we remain dedicated to encouraging safety awareness and applaud ICHCA’s initiative in offering this prestigious award.  TT Club has worked closely with ICHCA for a number of years, producing safety advisory documents and urging sound operational practice wherever and whenever possible. We look forward to celebrating the wealth of safety innovation that will once more be encouraged by this Award.”

The Award is open to anyone – an individual, team or company – involved in cargo logistics.  Entrants are required to show that a product, idea, solution, process, scheme or other innovation has resulted in a demonstrable improvement to safety.

The deadline for entries is Thursday 29 June 2017 and full details of the entry process and judging criteria can be found here.

The 2017 award ceremony takes place on Tuesday 3 October at the Hotel Santa Catalina in Las Palmas after day 1 of ICHCA International’s 65th Anniversary Conference and is a principal part of the evening’s awards programme. The anniversary conference will be looking towards the future of cargo handling through 5 key sessions on how to make the global cargo chain SAFE, SUSTAINABLE, SECURE, SMART and SKILLED. ICHCA’s flagship event promises to bring together the big names in cargo handling to discuss the best ways to improve as an industry. Tickets are reduced by 25% for those who book before 31 May here.

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Notes to Editors:

About ICHCA International

Established in 1952, ICHCA International is an independent, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to improving the safety, productivity and efficiency of cargo handling and movement worldwide. ICHCA’s privileged NGO status enables it to represent its members, and the cargo handling industry at large, in front of national and international agencies and regulatory bodies, while its ISP Technical Panel provides best practice advice and develops publications on a wide range of practical cargo handling issues.

Operating through a series of national and regional chapters – including ICHCA Australia, ICHCA Japan and ICHCA Canarias/Africa (CARC) – plus Correspondence and Working Groups, ICHCA provides a focal point for informing, educating, lobbying and networking to improve knowledge and best practice across the cargo handling chain.

www.ichca.com | www.ichca-australia.com

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About TT Club

TT Club is the international transport and logistics industry’s leading provider of insurance and related risk management services. Established in 1968, the Club’s membership comprises ship operators, ports and terminals, road, rail and airfreight operators, logistics companies and container lessors. As a mutual insurer, the Club exists to provide its policyholders with benefits, which include specialist underwriting expertise, a world-wide office network providing claims management services, and first class risk management and loss prevention advice.

TT Club is managed by Thomas Miller.

www.ttclub.com

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GEODIS introduces exoskeletons FOR warehouse STAFF

Mechanical braces to be provided to ensure the health of employees

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GEODIS has launched the use of exoskeletons to support and protect employees’ backs during their work in its warehouse in Venlo, the Netherlands. Staff wear the exoskeletons – an external type of brace – for lower back support as they lift and carry objects during their pick and pack activities. The exoskeleton gives support via a spring system that

acts as a type of counterweight. When the employee bends over, the spring pushes back so that the load on the back is reduced by 40 percent. “Staff are fitter after a working day thanks to these skeletons,” says Sjors van Enckevort, Site Manager Contract Logistics at GEODIS in Venlo.

The use of such aids is becoming very important in the logistics sector. Health and safety are at the core of the company’s Business Excellence approach. At the Venlo site employees who carry over 4,000 kilograms a day benefit from the back support that the exoskeleton provides during their picking activities. Three employees currently wear a personalized exoskeleton during their work in the distribution centre at Venlo.

While the exoskeletons available at the Venlo facility prevent back injury, the company is exploring further possibilities. This type of exoskeleton is ‘passive’, meaning that they follow the user’s movements, adjusting pressure without impeding movement. There is now increasing interest in the development of an ‘active’ exoskeleton, which would extend support to the employee’s arms as well. GEODIS sees great value in the adoption of these aids and is following advances in the area closely. “A responsible employer, GEODIS pays special attention to the health of its employees. We place great store by these kinds of innovation. . Depending on the results of their performance in Venlo, we will plan on deploying them more widely across our network in the future” stated Laurent Parat, EVP Contract Logistics for GEODIS.

GEODIS – www.geodis.com

GEODIS is a Supply Chain Operator ranking among the top companies in the field in Europe and the World. GEODIS, owned by SNCF Logistics, which in turn is a business line of the SNCF Group, is ranked as the number four logistics provider in Europe and number seven at a worldwide level. GEODIS is also listed as a “Leader” in Gartner’s 2016 Magic Quadrant of Worldwide 3PLs. GEODIS’ reach includes a direct presence in 67 countries and a global network spanning over 120 countries. With its five Lines of Business (Supply Chain Optimization, Freight Forwarding, Contract Logistics, Distribution & Express, and Road Transport), GEODIS manages its customers’ Supply Chain by providing end to end solutions enabled by over 39,500 employees, its infrastructure, its processes and systems. In 2015, GEODIS recorded €8 billion in sales.

 

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DACHSER UK Wins Multimodal Exhibitor of the Year 2017

5 April 2017

Multimodal Exhibitor of the Year 2017

Multimodal Exhibitor of the Year Award 2017 – Dachser UK (l-r) David Gower OBE; John Goodman, General Manager Midlands & North, Dachser Ltd; Robert Jervis, Portfolio Director of Multimodal

DACHSER UK, part of the Dachser group, a major international logistics provider, has been awarded Exhibitor of the Year at the FTA Multimodal Awards 2017; the presentation ceremony was held last night at an Awards Dinner following the first day of the Multimodal 2017 event.

The Award is presented to a company who has a proven track record in delivering multimodal innovations, leadership and who demonstrates this through continued support of the event.

It was presented to John Goodman, General Manager Midlands & North, of Dachser UK, “We are delighted that Dachser UK has been acknowledged by the industry and we much appreciate this support from the Judges. This is an honour for Dachser and I would like to congratulate all our colleagues on winning this significant award.”

The FTA Multimodal Awards recognises excellence in air, road, rail, maritime, and freight forwarding services and are voted for by the thousands of readers of the Multimodal Newsletter, as well as FTA members, and exhibitors at Multimodal 2017.

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ABOUT DACHSER UK

Dachser UK is part of the Dachser group, a major international logistics provider which on 31 December 2016 generated total sales worth EUR 5.71 billion. 27,450 staff working in 409 locations worldwide handled 80 million consignments comprising 38.2 million metric tonnes. Dachser has been established in the UK since 1975, and now has four locations which include a new logistics centre in Northampton as well as branch offices in Rochdale, Dartford and Bristol.

Dachser aims to be the supplier of choice for European logistics and value-added services. A fully-integrated European distribution network provides a comprehensive, high quality service of total freight solutions supported by the latest technology. Core services in the United Kingdom comprise European export, import and UK pallet distribution, as well as contract logistics services.

For more information, please visit www.dachser.co.uk

Multimodal Exhibitor of the Year Award 2017 – Dachser UK

(l-r) David Gower OBE; John Goodman, General Manager Midlands & North, Dachser Ltd; Robert Jervis, Portfolio Director of Multimodal

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