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TO Group assists Bahri Logistics

BREMEN. Bahri Logistics recently launched a new liner service with RoRo ships, connecting Asian ports with India and Northern Europe. In early March, this service also stopped for the first time at the BLG Autoterminal in Bremerhaven with the 220-metre “Bahri Yanbu”. The Transport Overseas (TO) Group is assisting the Saudi Arabian state shipping company. The Bremen-based logistics company is acting as the Arabs’ general agent and is also taking over their distribution in Antwerp (Belgium). At the end of 2022, TO Group was named Best Northern European Agent by Bahri Logistics.

Credits: TO Group

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