Gruber Logistics raised a new flag in Germany
Alto Adige-based company, which recently established a branch in Bochum, supported the launching of the new Verona – Kreuztal intermodal link
Latest intermodal service's launching, operated by Kombiverkehr, between Quadrante Europa interport of Verona and the new Kreuztal terminal, located in Southern Westphalia, was also conceived by Gruber Logistics, as pinpointed by the company's CEO, Martin Gruber, who confirmed having contacted the terminal's management to suggest operating a connection to Italy.
Besides holding a branch in Kreuztal, Gruber Logistics, headquartered in Ora-Bolzano, controls branches in Hannover, Bremen, Limbach, Koln, Nurnberg and Monaco, as well as a newly established one in Bochum, in Ruhr basin. The latter site – a multi-client warehouse, covering 9,000 square metres area and also hosting an operating office, provides full or partial air and sea shipping for oversize cargo, collecting freight and providing customs clearance assistance, FBA (Fulfilment by Amazon) assistance, supporting sellers for inventories, shipments and customer care.
Gruber Logistics is supported by 25 branches in Europe (besides Italy and Germany, the company holds branches in Belgium, the Netherlands, Poland and Hungary), Shanghai, recording 340 million euro turnover.