Arcese strengthens connections between Spain and Romania

New weekly connections from the Iberian Peninsula to the main Romanian destinations are now underway

With a view to continuously expanding and strengthening its transport services, Arcese España further consolidates its Full Truckload and Less Than Truckload solutions between Spain and Eastern Europe.

Since July, the Spanish company of the Arcese Group has launched new consolidated weekly services connecting Spain with Romania and the rest of Europe with the aim of strengthening trade routes between these countries.  With weekly connections guaranteed to and from the cities of Bucharest and Timișoara, Arcese also offers goods distribution services throughout Romania, as well as consolidation possibilities at the branches in Barcelona, Madrid and Irun.

The new connection ensures fast and competitive transit times throughout Romania and a reliable service, as well as the consolidated knowledge and experience in the sector possessed by our team of professionals.

The choice to strengthen our connections was made by the need to ensure a wider service to our customers. Competence, value-added services and widespread distribution throughout the territory are the strengths of the service offered internationally by our company,” said José Luis Iranzo - Country Manager of Arcese España - who continued, “This new service further expands our offer to cover more and more of our customers’ needs for Eastern European Countries. This is made possible thanks to our chosen partner for Romania, KLG, which, with 8 branches in the Country and over 25 years of experience, is among the main Romanian transport companies”.

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