RPM Cargo Handling targets the Middle East

Young Dutch forwarder looks to the region for links and cooperation.
Logistics start-up RPM Cargo Handling is based at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport. Courtesy of AFP/Getty.
Logistics start-up RPM Cargo Handling is based at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport. Courtesy of AFP/Getty.

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RPM Cargo Handling, a diversified total logistics provider based at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, is eyeing the GCC as it establishes its international business network.

The start-up offers a full portfolio of services, including air, sea and road freight, and warehousing services. Where RPM’s own facilities or equipment are not available, it plans to have arrangements with locally based organisations.

“The Middle East is hugely important to us and we are now establishing cooperation with agents in Dubai and Saudi Arabia; we are a young freight forwarder and it’s crucial that we have a good network in this part of the world,” said Patrick de Vries, owner of RPM Cargo Handling, speaking to LogisticsMiddleEast.com.

“As a result we are looking for partnerships with highly regarded companies all over the region. Our ethos is customer satisfaction and to succeed, we believe in strong business relationships,” de Vries added.

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