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Kloosterboer takes over Columbus Spedition

BREMERHAVEN. Dutch cold logistics company Kloosterboer took over Columbus Spedition, based in Bremerhaven‘s fish port, in April. According to Mark Ketelaar, Executive Director Port Cold Stores at Kloosterboer, the acquisition was a logical step in the strategy to expand Kloosterboer‘s integrated logistics network. Columbus Spedition, which specialises in temperature-controlled food logistics, organises the transport of food containers, the management of imports and exports, and transport preparation and post-processing.

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