Naxco opens new European offices in France and Eastern Europe

Naxco builds on its progress in Europe: with new offices, the international full-service forwarder puts its ambitions on display. With new offices in France, Poland, Romania and the Czech Republic, Naxco is expanding on its integral transport and logistic service provision. Naxco also aims to make a strong impression on European road transport.

New offices in France

Aiming toward continual improvement of customer service, the Naxco Group is building further on appearance and branding in its home country of France. Alongside the head office in Paris, new offices opened in Dunkirk, Saint-Brieuc, Toulouse and Lyon. “Our neighbours to the south opt for proximity to a local service provider”, says Naxco Belgium CEO, Sven De Meester. “We also offer local and global transport and logistics solutions at these locations”.

Naxco offices in Poland, Romania and the Czech Republic

The new offices in Poland (Warsaw, and later also in Poznan, Wroclaw and Gdynia), Romania and the Czech Republic also mark an important milestone for the Naxco Group to be able to serve Central Europe. They underscore Naxco’s ambition of further promoting the forwarding services in this part of Europe. “We aim to become a reliable logistics and transport partner in Central and Eastern Europe as well, and to be in a position to provide fast and professional loads, door-to-door, with our own staff”.

In-house road transport

Naxco aims to make a strong impression on European road transport by offering it in-house from this point onwards. “This is something we are already doing in France, and Poland and other Eastern European countries will shortly follow. By offering freight transport by water, air and now also by road, we are further expanding our network and are able to provide the European market with full service”.

A stronger strategic role for Eastern Europe?

With this more prominent role in central Europe, Naxco is responding to a trend that the company is seeing in the supply chain. “The significantly disrupted and fluctuating supply chain along with high container prices result in enormous lead times for products from Asia, in turn causing a shortage of products in peak periods. This challenge is forcing many companies to have a strategic rethink”, says Sven De Meester. “We are seeing that many companies are increasingly focusing on the Central and Eastern European market. It’s the start of an evolution and it will take a little time, but we will contribute to this by committing ourselves more strongly in this part of Europe”.