OT Logistics offers help with trade with China
The Company OT Logistics S.A. has established an Intermodal Logistics Division, which renders transport services related to import of goods from China and export to this country. As part of this new offer, OT Logistics gives its Customers access to connections between 13 terminals in China and 2 terminals in Poland – in Łódź and in Małaszewice near Belarussian border.
The new service is dedicated to companies wishing to benefit from the so-called “New Silk Road”, a new land transport channel connecting China and Central Asian countries with Europe, currently developed. The use of rail transport allows to carry goods from the Far East faster – rail transport from China takes about 14 days in comparison to over a month needed in case of maritime transport. The offer responds to Customers’ growing interest in commercial relations with China, in particular in terms of import of goods to Poland.
The service enables Customers to order a full container load (FCL) or take advantage of a less than container load (LCL) offer. This way the service can be adjusted to the needs of smaller companies as well.
“The offer of our Intermodal Logistics Division is very attractive for our Customers, as it allows them to order a ‘door-to-door’ service. We deal with the whole transport process on behalf of our Clients, from collection of goods from a factory, through customs clearance in China, all the way to customs clearance in Poland and delivery to a Customer’s door,” said Kamil Skoneczny, the Head of Intermodal Logistics Division. “Our offer is dedicated both to individual Customers and freight forwarders,” he adds.
The establishment of this new transport service remains in line with OT Logistics Capital Group’s strategy, which, among other goals, assumes gaining by the Company the position of a leading transport and logistics operator in Central and Eastern Europe until 2021.