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Knights of Old recruits German partner

[ January 10, 2014   //   ]

British logistics company, Knights of Old has launched a new service with Transland Spedition in Germany. This new partnership is expected to enhance services to the Hesse region of the country.

Transland, which was established in 1979 is based in Haiger, and gives Knights quick transit times to German destinations and daily departures to all capitals in Europe. In turn, Transland makes use of Knights’ UK, Irish and global distribution solutions.

Transland is part of the Zufall Logistics Group, a family owned business with offices in Göttingen, Fulda and Nohra and its main business beside domestic traffoc is groupage throughout Europe, plus logistic services and oover 70,000 sq m of warehousing.

Meik Hilk, Intern. Director at Transland Spedition said “We are confident that the service will go from strength to strength, providing our customers with an excellent, personal service at a competitive price.”

Knights of Old is a major shareholder in Partnerlink and recently launched Partnerlink Europe, in which TSA of France, Vorex of Holland, Alberti e Santi of Italy, Nightline International of Ireland, Sertrans of Iberia, Transports Jacot of France, M&F Spedition of Germany and Trawöger of Austria work together to offer a competitive pan European solution.  In addition to these countries, Knights of Old is able to offer services to Belgium, Poland, Malta and Scandinavia.

Knights’ Group Managing Director, Ian Beattie added: “The partnership with Transland is integral to our European service. They operate to an extremely high standard of service, as do we, so we know that our customers’ requirements will be met.”

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