Arcese has set its sights on Poland with new connections from Spain
This new route is an example of the Arcese Group’s service development strategy but, above all, this new route is a response to the need to guarantee increasingly frequent connections with Eastern Europe
The expansion of services for Arcese España continues. After having introduced new routes from Spain to Romania and Germany, it continues to consolidate and strengthen its network with the introduction of new routes between Spain and Poland.
The expansion responds to the need to meet the growing demand for transportation services to and from Poland, which, due to its strategic position, is an important hub for European trade whilst also being important in helping boost Eastern European countries.
The new service, which includes the addition of weekly connections to and from the cities of Krakow, Oltarzew, Lodz, Czeladz and Poznan, is particularly aimed at companies looking to transport goods for import and export with Poland.
The new line guarantees weekly departures at both full load and groupage, with the possibility for this link to expand, involving the branches in Barcelona, Madrid and Irún and distribution throughout all of Poland.
“Thanks to our partnership with JAS-FBG SA, one of the leading logistics operators on the Polish market, we are able to offer tailor-made services to our customers who need to send goods quickly, reliably and on time,” said José Luis Iranzo – Country Manager of Arcese España – who continued: “This new service aims to meet the demands of our clients interested in working with Eastern European countries, and our key goal is to be increasingly aligned to the transport and logistics needs of their business.”.