Combi Lift enters forwarding arena

German heavy lift and logistics specialist Combi Lift has announced a further expansion of its service portfolio: The newly founded Forwarding Solutions Division allows customers to benefit from an experienced team with a world-wide network.

German heavy lift and logistics specialist Combi Lift has announced a further expansion of its service portfolio: The newly founded Forwarding Solutions Division allows customers to benefit from an experienced team with a world-wide network.

Led by newly appointed General Manager Matthias Gross, the new Forwarding Solutions Division consists of three experienced employees specialised in the Non-Containerised Cargo (NCC) segment – pieces and goods that can be transported both with and without the use of special equipment, at maximum reliability and the lowest possible cost. “Our logistics offering primarily targets international customers in the machine building industry and plant construction sector, but we basically transport everything that fits or does not fit into a standard container – by ship, road or rail,” Matthias Gross explained.

“We at Combi Lift are extremely pleased that Matthias Gross, Florian Koppelmann and Mike Schmidt have joined our team. They all have tremendous experience in the international forwarding business,” said Holger Hinrichs, Managing Director of Combi Lift. “The new department adds another pillar to our business model: In addition to the established project and salvage business, Combi Lift now also offers comprehensive forwarding and supply chain solutions. This makes us even more flexible and attractive for our customers.”

Dr Martin Harren, Managing Director of the Harren & Partner Group, described the strategy behind founding the new division: “I am very proud and delighted that we were able to form this new Forwarding Solutions Division. This marks yet another milestone in the history of our group. Now that Harren & Partner has spent the last several years strengthening and expanding its position in the heavy lift, tanker and bulker segments, we want to continue this development with our newly expanded forwarding services.”

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