Milšped Group has welcomed a new company member. Following the establishment of Milšped Hungary, the company Milšped Romania S.R.L. has commenced its operations with its headquarters in Timișoara as well. This marks the introduction of a broad range of services to the Romanian transport and logistics market, for which Milšped has become renowned. This new addition to the Milšped family brings the same dedication to quality logistics and transportation that has characterized the company for 30 years in its operations across three continents and 14 countries.
Once again, the opening of a new company within Milšped Group ensures additional benefits and resource savings for clients and partners through the synergy of Milšped Romania and Milšped Serbia, setting new standards for sustainable business and green logistics too.
– Establishing Milšped Romania S.R.L. allows us to provide all clients and partners with a simplified customs process, delivering a unified and integrated service for customs clearance, storage, and distribution of goods, including container transportation. I am delighted to wish a successful start to the newest member of the Milšped family – stated Žarko Matin, a member of the Milšped Group’s Board of Directors and CEO of Milšped Hungary and Milšped Romania.
Furthermore, Milšped Romania introduces a new dimension of sustainable business and green logistics to the market. Through its commitment of implementing intermodal transport as the new standard in logistics and the application of the ESG strategy adopted by the company, greenhouse gas emissions are reduced.
Milšped Group, as a regional leader in the field of transportation and logistics, is celebrating three decades of successful operations this year, with over 3,500 employees within the system and an extensive network of members in 14 countries across three continents.
Innovation and continuous investments in business processes confirm the group’s leadership position and commitment to enhancing logistical capacities to meet the highest client demands.