Samskip develops multimodal transport in Central Eastern Europe

Samskip advances multimodal transport service development in Central Eastern Europe

Global logistics solution provider, Samskip, has expanded its multimodal model in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

The recent expansion of Samskip’s presence in Poland was the starting point for the roll out of this initiative in the region. 

Samskip’s current offer comprises a Pan-European network which focuses on the UK and Ireland, while reaching all the way from Portugal up to Iceland and Northern Norway. 

Opening an office in Prague reportedly supports Samskip’s focus on customer centricity and will ensure that its team will be as close to our customers as possible.

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Filip Chajęcki, General Manager Central Eastern Europe, said: “In Czechia and Slovakia, we want to develop partnerships with shippers that are keen to explore the sustainability benefits and opportunities that Samskip offers their supply chains.

“Our existing customers already appreciate the high level of care and agile support offered by our teams, and we look forward to making it our trademark in this region as well.

“With our high level of care and use of digital solutions, we make the switch to multimodal transport as easy as possible,” added Chajęcki.

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The Samskip team in Gdansk will work as a hub for customer service and operations for the Central Eastern Europe region.

Samskip has also plan to accommodate to its customers in Poland by using local speaking colleagues from Czechia and Slovakia to foster care and easy collaboration.

In March, Samskip introduced a Carbon Capture and Utilization (CCU) system, a new project designed to reduce CO2 emissions for its vessels.

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