- 6 March 2017
- Transport / Logistics Services
Scandinavian postal operator PostNord has signed an agreement with CargoLine that will give the postal operator full access to CorgoLine’s import and export networks.
To begin with, PostNord will distribute goods for CargoLine in Sweden. PostNord will also pick up goods in Sweden that are headed for distribution in the CargoLine network in Germany and across the rest of the EU.
“CargoLine provides PostNord’s customers with access to one of Europe’s most well-established and skilled networks for groupage cargo. The new agreement allows us to strengthen our groupage cargo services for both imports and exports in Sweden,” said PostNord Sweden CEO Anders Holm.
PostNord has released a statement that said that over the last three years, PostNord has focused on strengthening its services in the areas of FTL and LTL, as well as groupage cargo. The deal with CargoLine would improve its reach in the Nordic region in this regard.
“PostNord is the leading supplier of logistics and e-commerce services in the Nordic region and as a result of our collaboration we can offer high levels of quality to CargoLine’s customers via PostNord’s comprehensive distribution network in Sweden,” said Managing Director of CargoLine Bernd Höppner.
PostNord already had agreements with several international networks, including the European parcel network DPD and also Palletways, a similar network focusing on the distribution of pallets.
The cooperation agreement with between the two firms came into force on 1 March.
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