Cargo-partner expands presence in India

Cargo-partner expands presence in India

Cargo-partner expands presence in India cargo-partner

Australian full-range info-logistics provider, cargo-partner, has expanded its presence in India and relocated its Swedish office. 

In India, cargo-partner opened its 16th office in the country with a new site in Hyderabad. With this strategically important location, entry into the market will contribute to making Telangana a logistically strong economy. cargo-partner added that this location is ideal for it to help support thousands of small businesses in streamlining their logistics operations to save time and costs.

“We want to offer reliable, door-to-door solutions to our customers while doing our part to build a better logistics space in India. This is a critical milestone for cargo-partner, as we’ve long been laser-focused on strengthening our network across the Indian Subcontinent,” said Mr. C.R. Mallikarjuna, Regional Manager South India.

cargo-partner moving office in Sweden

In Sweden, where the company has been operational since 2017, with offices in Stockholm and Gothenburg. However, to help facilitate the further development of the team, services and products, the Gothenburg team has recently relocated to new offices in the city’s bustling area of Andra långgatan.

Cargo-partner expands presence in India
cargo-partner’s Gothenburg team

cargo-partner’s trams in Gothenburg and Stockholm provide airfreight, seafreight, railfreight, road transport and warehousing solutions for a range industries.

Managing Director for Sweden, Dennis Bengtsson, said: “We’re pleased to be continuing to deliver on our growth strategy for Sweden. September saw us welcome multiple new team members, relocate a key office and record our greatest sales for 2022.”

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Cargo-partner expands presence in India

Cargo-partner expands presence in India

Cargo-partner expands presence in India cargo-partner

Australian full-range info-logistics provider, cargo-partner, has expanded its presence in India and relocated its Swedish office. 

In India, cargo-partner opened its 16th office in the country with a new site in Hyderabad. With this strategically important location, entry into the market will contribute to making Telangana a logistically strong economy. cargo-partner added that this location is ideal for it to help support thousands of small businesses in streamlining their logistics operations to save time and costs.

“We want to offer reliable, door-to-door solutions to our customers while doing our part to build a better logistics space in India. This is a critical milestone for cargo-partner, as we’ve long been laser-focused on strengthening our network across the Indian Subcontinent,” said Mr. C.R. Mallikarjuna, Regional Manager South India.

cargo-partner moving office in Sweden

In Sweden, where the company has been operational since 2017, with offices in Stockholm and Gothenburg. However, to help facilitate the further development of the team, services and products, the Gothenburg team has recently relocated to new offices in the city’s bustling area of Andra långgatan.

Cargo-partner expands presence in India
cargo-partner’s Gothenburg team

cargo-partner’s trams in Gothenburg and Stockholm provide airfreight, seafreight, railfreight, road transport and warehousing solutions for a range industries.

Managing Director for Sweden, Dennis Bengtsson, said: “We’re pleased to be continuing to deliver on our growth strategy for Sweden. September saw us welcome multiple new team members, relocate a key office and record our greatest sales for 2022.”

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