Anniversary and growth celebrations for cargo-partner’s USA branches

posted on 17th April 2023 by Eddie Saunders
Anniversary and growth celebrations for cargo-partner’s USA branches

With expertise in logistics and worldwide transport, cargo-partner USA is growing closer to its American-based customers, in a year where the wider business celebrates 40 years in the industry.

Founded in 1983 as an air freight specialist in Vienna, cargo-partner is now a leading global transport and logistics provider with 4,000 employees in 40 countries, and is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.

Today, the company offers air, sea, rail, road transport and warehousing services from over 160 offices globally, including their four branches in the USA.

Headed up by Managing Director Ralf Schneider, the cargo-partner USA team consists of 100 logistics experts, based across four key cargo-partner offices in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and Clarksville, offering a comprehensive portfolio of worldwide transport and info-logistics services for a wide range of industries.

The cargo-partner offices are positioned in and close by to key transport hubs, with strategic connections to airports, ports, rail and road networks, supporting both local and international businesses with all transport needs.

Ralf Schneider, President cargo-partner USA & Regional Director Americas, said: “We continue to expand cargo-partner’s capabilities, profile and facilities across the USA and are excited to be growing closer to our USA customers.

“2023 is an exciting time for the cargo-partner business globally, as we celebrate the company’s 40th anniversary, but our journey here in the US has also been incredible.

“We’ve now been operational in this country for over 20 years, having founded the first cargo-partner office in New York in 2001.

“With an impressive portfolio of services, a global network and years of industry experience, our talented cargo-partner USA team can provide customers with tailored and personal solutions to and from any location in the world.”