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Air & Ocean division of Rhenus Italy expands in Florence and Modena 21 July 2021

Wider policy aimed at the commercial development in Central and Southern Italy

With the implementation of the Air & Ocean services at the two branches in Tuscany and Emilia Romagna, Rhenus Italy is strengthening its presence in central Italy. Having hired new resources in the area, the Company is looking for further new highly specialised professionals in the logistics and transport industry to be included in its Team to support growth and commercial expansion. The two hubs, thanks to their strategic location, will offer an increasing national coverage able to connect all major ports and airports in Italy and worldwide.

The implementation of the Air & Ocean services in the Florence and Modena hubs is part of a wider policy aimed at the commercial development of the company in Central and Southern Italy.

The presence of two branches in central Italy is strategical for the connections and distribution of goods to and from the maritime areas of the Adriatic and Tyrrhenian Seas - in particular with the port cities of Ravenna, La Spezia and Genoa - and to offer a national coverage capable of connecting all major ports and airports in Italy.

The goal is to cover the territory in an increasingly capillary way, implementing an intermodal network that allows the connection with all the main port and airport infrastructures of the country.

Rhenus has identified and hired new specialised resources to manage all tasks related to Air & Ocean Freight, especially for the fashion, textile and mechanical industries, which are the flagship of the business environment of this geographical area. Among the many services offered by the Air & Ocean Division in central Italy are consolidated connections to and from the Far East for both complete and groupage shipments.

Currently, Rhenus Italy counts 34 branches connecting the main hubs in Europe and non-EU countries with dedicated routes and different types of services including customs assistance.