Aerospace logistics provider B&H Worldwide has launched a pan-European road transport network “to enable the provision of a reliable alternative to airfreight across the continent” and has opened new offices in Frankfurt and Prague.
The company says the new offices “will also be used to assist customers to navigate and plan their way through the uncertainties created by Brexit”.
The Frankfurt office, at the Cargo City site at the airport, will include a high security warehouse and enable FSL (Forward Stocking Location) customers to position inventory in the heart of Europe.
The new Prague office, located at Václav Havel Airport, will focus on providing frontline customer service and will facilitate further market development in Central Europe.
B&H Worldwide Group chief executive, Stuart Allen, said: “For our customers across the globe, Europe is a key location and our extended presence at the heart of the European Union (EU) combined with the new road network further enhances our ability to meet their needs as the independent aerospace logistics partner of choice.”
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