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Manufacturer, Coca-Cola Amatil (CCA), has engaged logistics company, Röhlig Australia, as sole partner for international freight management services in Australia.
The partnership is designed to support CCA and its network of suppliers and retailers with freight management services and logistics consultancy services to optimise processes within the manufacturer's supply chain.
Röhlig Australia has worked with CCA for the past two years and during this time has built a strong relationship as a reliable freight forwarder. This partnership enabled Röhlig Australia and CCA to take their business to the next level, with a whole of business supply chain focus.
“We are extremely excited to be partnering with Coca Cola Amatil and working with such an innovative global brand” said Röhlig Australia Managing Director, Hany Amer. “Röhlig Australia have built a strong foundation with dedicated account management services and establishing a transparent, sustainable and mutually beneficial pricing model. We look forward to consistently delivering value through this partnership and are very proud to be included in Coca-Cola’s Partner for Growth program."
Röhlig is a global freight forwarding company, providing logistics solutions in the field of sea freight, air freight, project logistics and supply chain management. The family-owned company was founded in 1852 in Bremen, Germany. Today, its network covers more than 2,000 people in 31 countries.
CCA in Australia directly employs approximately 3,500 people across Australia, predominantly in manufacturing, distribution and sales. Major manufacturing sites are located at Northmead (New South Wales), Richlands(Queensland), Moorabbin (Victoria), Thebarton (South Australia) and Kewdale (Western Australia).
This article first appeared on www.trailermag.com.au
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