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New subsidiaries in Bilbao and Szczecin

BREMEN. The Transport Overseas Group continues to expand. After the company had already announced it was opening new offices in Antwerp, Dubai and Berlin in 2020, it recently added its own subsidiaries in Spain (Bilbao) and Poland (Stettin) at the beginning of this year. As a full-service logistics partner, this is a further step in our strategy towards serving our customers throughout Europe,” states Managing Partner Tim Oltmann. The Bremenbased Transport Overseas Group specialises in RORO and project cargo.

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