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Heuer Logistics as “cheese hub”

BREMERHAVEN. Since October, Hochland has bundled its sea cargo logistics at Bremerhaven where the goods destined for overseas are stored, packed and shipped by the storage and transshipment company Heuer Transport Logistics. The creation of an overseas distribution centre was made necessary by the increase in sales, according to the cheese manufacturer. “The new business reflects our diversification strategy, which we have been expanding since the stop of the weekly banana ships”, explains Jan Zobel, head of shipping at Heuer Transport Logistics.

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