The Japanese facility will connect to Dachser’s extensive European overland transport network and offer air and marine services. Yves Larquemin, Managing Director Dachser South Korea, will manage DACHSER Japan.
“We are delighted to take the next step of our development in the Japanese market,” says DACHSER Air & Sea Logistics COO Edoardo Podestà. Dachser’s logistics experience, global network, and innovative digital information systems will benefit Japanese and international customers seeking trustworthy and robust door-to-door services.
Dachser plans to form a partnership in the Japanese market.
Japan is the third-largest economy and a leader in automobiles and technology. Pharmaceutical and medical items have huge market potential. Yves Larquemin, future Managing Director of DACHSER Japan and DACHSER South Korea, says, “Our sector-specific expertise and globally connected services allow us to offer our customers logistics that add value.”
Dachser earned EUR 8.1 billion in 2022 from 32,850 people at 379 sites worldwide. The logistics service handled 81.1 million shipments weighing 42.8 million metric tons the same year. Dachser has 41 country organizations. Dachser.com has further details.