GRUBER Logistics is one of the most successful logistics companies in Europe. With its 80 years of experience, it is now part of the ANEXA Logistics network of correspondents. This agreement, effective from June 1st, will allow the operator to extend its presence in Italy in order to optimize the management of shipments and strengthen ANEXA's leadership in Italian traffic.
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According to company representatives, GRUBER Logistics has seen a significant increase in its capacity to operate internationally in the last two years. This is mainly due to investments in both physical assets and competence.
At the same time, the company says that, for the development of LTL and groupage business, GRUBER Logistics has a network of partners made up of a strict selection of companies that share the same vision of achieving a digital and sustainable evolution.
With regard to this new relationship, ANEXA has stated that the company needed to find an industrial partner that had a consolidated success in the logistics sector, in order to be able to fulfil its mission. In this sense, ANEXA has seen in GRUBER a familiar and independent company that will allow it to expand its portfolio to include intermodal solutions and project cargo services.
In order to develop this new international correspondent relationship, some key pillars for services will be taken into account. On one hand, this alliance will allow ANEXA to expand its coverage, already operating from 39 locations in 11 countries. But it will also improve collection and delivery services, since GRUBER stands out for having its own fleet of more than 1,700 environmentally friendly vehicles that ensure wide availability.
Furthermore, it is through this collaboration that it will be possible to increase the frequency of outbound and inbound traffic with Italy, achieving direct shipments from the different branches in the country.
Finally, it will be possible to offer greater value to customers through more competitive prices, while developing digital tools aimed at improving security, the exchange of information and the traceability of shipments.
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