Freightgate Announces Opening in France

Tuesday, October 09, 2001
Freightgate Inc., a leading provider of Internet applications for the freight and logistics industry, announced that it has opened a new sales, service and support facility in Marseille, France in order to reinforce its commitment to the European market.

"Our new office in France will not only facilitate the relationships with our current customers in Europe, but also to develop new business within this area. We believe the door is open for additional activity in Europe," said Martin Hubert, President and CEO of Freightgate Inc. ``With the opening of the French office, we are executing on our growth strategy. It is a natural extension of our 'global by design' suite of products and services. We are reinforcing our presence as part of our plan to capitalize on our existing success, both in the U.S. and overseas, to further leverage our position within the global market."

The Freightgate France office will be managed by Fabien Briola, who acted as Director of Business Development at Freightgate Inc. until recently.

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