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St. Gallen, 1 October 2019. The Militzer & Münch Group has founded a joint venture with Serbian logistics company Invictus System Transport & Logistics D.O.O. With this step, Militzer & Münch is...

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The new issue of our COMPASS, our digital customer magazine, is now available. In this second issue 2019 we present again news from the entire Militzer & Münch Group plus interesting background...

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St. Gallen, 18 September 2019. The Militzer & Münch Group significantly expands transports between Germany and the Maghreb states. The first two quarters 2019 saw an increase in volumes by roughly 30...

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For one of the country’s biggest grain coffee producers, Militzer & Münch Poland recently handled quite a volume of air freight to Japan, a total weight of over 40 tons. This year, the customer...

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Recently, Militzer & Münch Hamburg shipped a waste grinder for a new customer in Canada. the machine went from Hamburg to Halifax by RoRo; On the photo: Ahmed Rahman, trainee (left) and Timo Kölln,...

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At the 1st Meeting of Industry Leaders on Monday July 29, M&M Poland won the award for the highest increase in airfreight exports. "Rzeczpospolita", one of the biggest and most prestigious newspapers...

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The Militzer & Münch Hamburg team can offer their customers all services from one source; they include handling, receipt of the goods and customs clearance. To put the competences to the best...

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In 2018, Militzer & Münch Poland started exporting freshly picked blueberries for the new customer Agro Trade. The Argentinian berries are very sensitive and stay fresh only for a few days after...

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Militzer & Münch Morocco Managing Director Olivier Antoniotti recently signed a security agreement to obtain the status of authorized economic operator (AEO) in Morocco. Nabyl Lakhdar, the director...

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Militzer & Münch transported out-of-gauge wooden boxes, a total weight of circa 28,300 kilograms, from Shanghai, China, to Almaty in Kazakhstan. Much too big for rail transport – but Militzer & Münch...

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