Rhenus Logistics Company Profile

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Rhenus AG & CO. KG
Rhenus-Platz 1
59439 Holzwickede,
+49 (0)2301 29 0, +49 (0)2301 29 1357
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The Rhenus Group provides logistics services around the globe and has annual turnover amounting to EUR 4 billion. Rhenus employs over 24,000 people at more than 350 locations worldwide. The Rhenus business areas – Contract Logistics, Freight Logistics, Port Logistics and Public Transport – manage complex supply chains and provide a wealth of innovative value-added services.

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RCS Logistics (A Rhenus Logistics Company)
RCS Logistics is a leading third party contract logistics company based in the Midlands, United Kingdom. We specialise in providing supply-chain warehousing and transport services throughout the UK, Ireland and Continental Europe. As part of the Rhenus Group, we can offer logistics solutions on an global scale as well as surpass your intricate fulfilment requirements in-house.
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"Unprecedented change in today’s global healthcare environment demands suppliers and providers remain focused on the operational changes that will lead to better and more efficient patient care.
Rhenus is not merely a provider of logistical products and services, it acts as a value-adding partner to its customers. It analyses highly complex logistical processes and then works with the customer to create optimised solutions for every stage in the supply chain.
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COSCO has appeased US security concerns over its acquisition of OOIL and its container arm OOCL by agreeing to concede ownership of the OOCL-operated Long Beach Container Terminal (LBCT) to a US trust pending its sale to a third party.
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The UK government must back its vow that HGV drivers from EU nations will retain their permits following the UK’s departure from Europe with legal validity, said the Freight Transport Association (FTA) today. Deputy chief executive James Hookham told The Loadstar the 43,000 EU drivers working on UK roads were “pivotal” for the country’s economy and supply chain.
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