United Kingdom-based aerospace logistics firm B&H Worldwide is expanding its European network with the launch of a pan-European road transport service that will underpin its airfreight services, as it prepares to open two new central European offices.
The company said the new road services endeavor is a response to their client pool’s need for help in planning for “uncertainties created by Brexit,” referring to the impending changes to country trade relations that will inevitably go into effect. B&H bills its new road service as a “reliable alternative to airfreight across the [European] continent.”
Its two offices – one near Frankfurt International Airport’s (FRA’s) Cargo City and one in Prague near Václav Havel Airport (PRG) – will cater to new and existing European customers operating out of the trade hubs.
“For our customers across the globe, Europe is a key location, and our extended presence at the heart of the E.U. combined with the new road network further enhances our ability to meet their needs,” said Stuart Allen, CEO of B&H.