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Trans-Poludnie, a leading Polish provider of logistics solutions boosted its first half revenues by 50% against last year’s results due to new client wins or expansion the of current relationship with Good Year. Trans-Poludnie continues the development of its services as it recently launched the new food transport services and spedition services for the Western European clients.
The positive results of the company are due to the dynamic growth of the Polish economy and the increasing investments in the logistics outsourcing of the main clients of Trans-Poludnie. Logistics sector in Poland is growing very dynamically after the accession of Poland to the European Union.
“We are very excited about our results in the first half of this year and happy to announce that we are on the path to realize the planned growth of our company. In the first 6 months we won the new important and strategic clients such as Spanish steel company Celsa and substantially developed our relationship with our main client Good Year. We are still having advanced talks with other significant clients. What is most important for us at this stage is to continue the development of our services and keep our readiness to provide the new and high quality transport services, as there are more and more Western European clients who like to use high quality transport services from Central European companies for reasonable prices,” says Marek Pijar, Trans-Poludnie CEO and founder.
Trans-Poludnie has also invested in the specialist transport infrastructure for food transport. This investment is directly connected with the growing interest of the Western European clients in Polish transport companies’ food transport services.
Trans-Poludnie also plans to gain new spedition contracts on the territories of Western European countries.

American Journal of Transportation