Rhenus aims to deliver 200m pandemic healthcare items

Global logistics provider the Rhenus Group has stated its aim to deliver 200 million essential supplies to support the needs of a number of countries facing the pandemic. A number of countries are involved including France, Italy, Djibouti and Canada.


The German logistics company has already delivered 100 million healthcare items from China to Europe, Africa and Canada over March and April. Amongst other things, it has made its Asian warehouses 24 hour operations to better meet demands from its customers worldwide.

“The logistics industry has seen unprecedented obstacles amidst the pandemic. I am proud that our employees have shown exceptional resilience and creativity to leverage our long-established expertise and bring resources to front liners and those in need. In this global fight, we remain committed to provide the best and most reliable end-to-end transport solutions and do our part to support our customers and the communities we are in,” said Jan Harnisch, COO Rhenus Air & Ocean.

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