BEUMER opens office in Scandinavia

BEUMER, one of the world’s largest logistics providers, is now setting up an office in Aarhus/Denmark (Fig.) for the business sections conveying, palletisation, packaging and distribution in Scandinavia. “Scandinavia is of course a major industrial region and as such it makes sense that we should have a market presence there says BEUMER’s manager for Scandinavia, Torben Lund. The new office will allow us to provide even better service to our Scandinavian customers, as well as support our expansion throughout the region.“

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