InterEast opens a new office in Poland

News / 16 April, 2020

For the past years, InterEast has grown significantly on our Poland traffic and noticed an increased demand for transport solutions to and from Eastern Europe. Despite facing todays challenging climate, we break new ground and open the doors to our new office in Kalisz, Poland.

– Poland is an important market for us. With the acquired knowledge from our other offices, we know that a physical presence in the region result in an even better service. For us, sustainability and transparency are of great importance. And as a result of our new local presence, we will be even more effective than before, says Oscar Törnqvist, CEO at InterEast.

The polish office will be run by Agnieszka Marciszak who has great knowledge of the Scandinavian transport market, express transports and domestic distribution.

At InterEast, we are always ready to tend to our client’s needs, regardless when or where we are needed. A local presence result in swift problem solving thanks to the personal relationships with suppliers, clients and authorities. One of InterEast’s strength is our delivery precision. The initiative to open the office in Poland is a natural step towards obtaining that high level of quality that our clients is used to. The Polish office will be run in association with our offices in Gothenburg, Istanbul and Focsani, which will result in stronger routes throughout Europe.

InterEast offer full loads, part loads and export shipments with daily departures between Sweden and Poland. Every shipment is managed by your personal freight forwarder, who cares for your shipment from pickup to delivery. Would you like to be part of our journey towards more sustainable and efficient transports? Give us a call and we will tell you all about it.

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