Toll Global Forwarding has expanded its presence in Western Europe. The Global Forwarding arm of Toll is opening two new freight forwarding branches in Munich and Nuremberg, in Germany. The Munich branch office is fully operative immediately and Nuremberg will follow on October 30.
The two new branches will expand on those already in Germany. The Toll organisation already has existing branches in Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hannover and Stuttgart.
Toll’s new branch offices will allow the company to offer a more comprehensive network of international freight forwarding, and advanced supply chain management services, across Toll’s global network operating throughout Europe as well as Asia, North America, Africa, Australia, New Zealand and the Middle East.
“I am pleased to increase our presence in the Free State of Bavaria and this demonstrates our continuous commitment to improve service coverage for our customers in this region,” said Toll Global Forwarding’s country manager for Germany, Uwe Jacobsen.
According to Jacobsen, the Munich and Nuremberg branches, both located in the single largest state of Germany, have the potential to further grow the business, especially in the automotive, electronics, fashion and machinery sectors.