Röhlig Logistics has acquired 100% of the shares in its Mexican joint-venture in an expansion that also includes five more offices in three other countries.
The company said the move was another step forward in its ambition to become the biggest independent forwarder in the world by 2030.
Röhlig Mexico has also opened an office in Puebla, close to automotive customers, adding to branches in Mexico City and Monterrey.
“Mexico is an important industrial location for the Americas,” said board member Ulrike …
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