Orbit Logistics opens new branch
in Brazil

The Leverkusen-based Orbit Logistics Europe GmbH successfully expands in Latin America with its own branch. The Brazilian subsidiary Orbit Logistics do Brasil Ltda. is a strategically important location in the middle of the booming industry of Latin America. “The location Brazil is particularly interesting for us due to its fast economic development, its political stability and its size”, said Dr.-Ing. Silvio Stephan, the CEO of Orbit Logistics AG, as regards the local commitment. “First skeleton agreements with the chemical and building materials industries as well as a large project with the most important cement supplier in Brazil, Votorantim Cimentos, give us cause for optimism”, explained the managing director of Orbit, Dipl.-Ing. Joachim Klasen.


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