Röhlig Logistics is expanding its global network
Bremen, 7 November 2019 - The owner-operated logistics company Röhlig continued to expand its global network in 2019.
Mexico: New national subsidiary
In Mexico, Röhlig has acquired 100 percent of the shares in its previous joint venture. "We now operate independently in the Mexican market under the name Röhlig," says Michael Gerding, Managing Director of Röhlig Mexico.
"Mexico is an important industrial location for the Americas. Numerous international companies produce there, especially those from the automotive industry. For our local customers, we want to be present in this dynamic region with our own subsidiary, " says Ulrike Baum, member of the Röhlig Global Executive Board, outlining the strategic approach.
As part of the expansion of its local presence, Röhlig Mexico has also opened another office in Puebla. "Several of our major customers are based in Puebla, and the region is generally regarded as the headquarters of the automotive industry in Mexico," explains Michael Gerding. Röhlig Mexico now has branches operating in Mexico City, Monterrey and Puebla.
Further new locations in China, USA, Australia
Röhlig has opened five additional offices in three countries worldwide over the past several months. Röhlig attaches great importance to being represented in booming regions all over the world. In this way, the logistics company supports its customers in developing their local business with local know-how and at the same time offers them a connection to its global network. In China, Röhlig has expanded its presence in the west of the country with three new offices, namely Chengdu, Chongqing and Xi'an. West China is projected to be a new major manufacturing hub, a future air freight hub, and a gateway for rail transport between Asia and Europe.
In the United States, Röhlig now also operates from Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Minneapolis-Saint Paul metropolitan area is one of the most economically important markets in the USA. And in Australia, Röhlig has opened a location in Newcastle, New South Wales, a region with great economic potential.