Greencarrier Freight to Cooperate With Ekol Logistics

Press Release
Thursday, March 15, 2012

Greencarrier Freight Services has signed a cooperation agreement with Turkey’s leading logistics company, Ekol Logistics. The agreement covers Sweden, the Baltic states and Turkey, and will provide a range of services for Greencarrier customers having a need for transportation services between these two regions.


According to Peter Nevhagen, the CEO of Greencarrier Freight Services International, Ekol Logistics will become a strong partner with potential for new transport solutions.


“With its integrated logistics services, Ekol offers efficient supply chain management from a single source,” said Nevhagen. “Thanks to flexible supply chain solutions and timely utilization of opportunities, customers gain significant competitive advantages. With this partnership, we now have a fantastic opportunity to offer daily freight services to and from Turkey. We will offer road, sea and intermodal traffic in a cost-effective and environmentally-friendly way,  so as to meet demands from our customers.”


Greencarrier will also provide its customers with Track & Trace, which will make it possible to follow the trailer throughout its journey.


"The cooperation has already started, and we believe we can offer the best transport solutions between Sweden and Turkey, making the future look very positive," added Nevhagen.

 

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