European Food Network stronger in Northern Europe
DACHSER gains Bring Frigo as a long-term partner for its European groupage network for food.
Swedish food logistics company Bring Frigo has become a new partner in the European Food Network, with the company offering even closer connections to Sweden, Norway, and Finland. Customers benefit from efficient processes and uniform quality standards.
Bring Frigo has been connected to the European Food Network as a forwarding agent since January 2018. Now, at the end of August, a long-term partnership agreement was officially signed in Munich.
The European Food Network is the first choice for food logistics in Europe, and Bring Frigo is an ideal addition,” says Alfred Miller, Managing Director DACHSER Food Logistics. “We share a common aim for the highest quality and efficiency. With Bring Frigo as a full partner, we can integrate markets even more closely together for customers right across Europe and offer them complete solutions.Alfred Miller, Managing Director DACHSER Food Logistics
Partners in the network commit to upholding uniform process and quality standards. Connected IT systems ensure transparency for all shipment-related processes. This enables efficient management of goods transportation as well as fast and seamless information along the entire supply chain. What’s more, the defined transit times of the uniform vivengo product standard apply.
“In joining the European Food Network, we have taken an important strategic step that will greatly benefit our customers,” says Peter Haveneth, Managing Director at Bring Frigo AB. “As a partner, we have the opportunity to dovetail with the other members of the European Food Network and together develop cross-border customer solutions that are even more efficient.”
The most comprehensive network for food transport
Bring Frigo is the leading provider of temperature-controlled transports in Scandinavia. The BRC-certified company is based in Helsingborg, has 16 locations, and manages a fleet of some 800 vehicles classified for food transport.
The European Food Network has 12 partners, 10 forwarding agents, and regular main carriage services in 34 countries, making it Europe’s most comprehensive network for food transport. With over 223 locations, 2 million square meters of storage, and 11,350 refrigerated trucks, the network serves a total of 537 million consumers all over the continent.