U-Freight restructures in Holland, adds e-commerce warehousing

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The U-Freight Group restructures its management team at its headquarters in Amsterdam and adds e-commerce warehousing.

Robert Rens has been promoted from operations manager to operations director and will take responsibility for work undertaken by the current managing director in the Netherlands, Cas Scheij, who has reached official retirement age but will remain in the post on a part-time basis.

Rens, 44, has been with U-Freight Holland for almost 25 years and started with the company in an administration role and rose through the ranks, eventually becoming export supervisor before being promoted to operations manager.

Scheij says: “Robert is an excellent choice. There really is no one who knows U-Freight Holland’s role in our customers’ supply chains as well as he does and I am sure he will be an excellent asset for the management team here in Schiphol.

“Robert’s promotion comes at an exciting time for U-Freight in the Netherlands. We have opened a new warehouse for the company’s growing e-commerce logistics operations, in addition to our existing on-airport facility.”

The new e-commerce fulfilment centre adds 684 sqm of space plus 124 sqm of offices to U-Freight’s Holland’s portfolio and will enable it to expand added value activities such as pick and pack for e-commerce, including shoes imported from the Far East.

Alongside the Amsterdam office, which caters for airfreight, U-Freight Holland has a long-standing relationship with Independent Freight Service in Rotterdam, which operates under the U-Ocean branding.


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