DFDS boosts oversize cargo capacity with ICT Logistic integration

DFDS boosts oversize cargo capacity with ICT Logistic integration

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Danish shipping and logistics company DFDS has made further inroads into transport of oversized cargo with the integration of the Danish freight forwarder, ICT Logistics. DFDS has already held a minority stake in ICT Logistics since 2006, before agreeing the takeover in September 2021. 

The latest acquisition will enable DFDS to provide a wider range of transport options between Western Europe, the Baltic, Central Eastern Europe and CIS countries. ICT Logistics has its head office in Herning, Denmark, and specialises in full – and part load, groupage and oversize transport solutions.

One of the main effects of the integration is expanding DFDS’ logistics network to cover the region. DFDS will, throughout these markets, offer oversize cargo transport, warehousing, distribution and customs clearance, as well as options to transport cargo via road, rail, air, sea and river.

With a diverse customer portfolio that includes several large Danish industrials, ICT Logistics offers an opportunity to further develop knowledge and expertise on meeting the logistics needs of various industries. ICT’s longstanding proficiency in transporting agricultural, construction, and forest machinery enhance DFDS’ ability to serve customers in these areas, as well as customers in the automotive industry.

Established in 1997 by its current management team, ICT Logistics owns 20 trucks for its haulage, has 600 trailers in operation, 28 drivers, and carries close to 650 loads per week. The integration with DFDS has started on January.

Author: Adnan Bajic

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