New Partners in Italy
Uniserve have signed a new partnership with international forwarders EuroLogisco – further strengthening their scheduled services to and from Florence and Italy as a whole.
The new partnership means Uniserve now have wet and dry bonded warehousing in both Florence and Tilbury – supporting the Italian wine industry – as well as specialist garment services for the retail and fashion industries.
Uniserve’s European Senior Manager, Darren Baker, commented: “Working with our new partners means that we can now offer not only the fastest transit in the market, with direct services to and from Florence, but also the widest selection of trailers available including Tautliners, Tilt Road Trains and more.
“We are also very pleased to say that we now have 24-hour facilities in Italy and the UK, which enables overnight loading and unloading and ensures a fast and efficient dispatch for our customers. We very much look forward to working with EuroLogisco going forward.”
Uniserve and EuroLogisco will be offering standard and express services, departing on a Tuesday and Friday, and a dedicated service for time sensitive products which departs daily in a dedicated vehicle.
You can download our service-sheet HERE for more detailed information on the product.
If you would like to find out more about Uniserve’s award winning European products then please email email@example.com or call 01708 259400.
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