Kita Logistics opens an office in Germany in a day

Dünya Executive - - BUSINESS - AYSEL YUCEL

Kita Logistics, one of Turkey’s leading logistics company, enables Turkish exporters to open branches as sub-tenants in its warehouse in Germany in as little as a day. Thus, it stores the goods of Turkish exporters in Germany so that they can be delivered to European consumers the next day as well as enabling door to door deliveries.

Okyay Oztugran, General Manager of Kita Logistics Germany, said that they have increased their competitiv­eness by offering speed and cost advantages to Turkish exporters. “We provide Turkish exporters with the opportunit­y to es

tablish a company at our address in our offices and warehouses within 60 kilometers of Frankfurt. If necessary, we support the establishm­ent of a company and notary formalitie­s. When sales are realized within Europe, we provide orders, paperwork and door delivery, including the goods bill,” he said.

Opens the doors to the EU for exporters

In addition to all these products, Oztugran noted that they can easily perform the collection of returned products from customers, control of the products, storage and return of goods in Germany.

“Our customers can give a telephone line in Germany as contact informatio­n and we can provide all kinds of customer service in German related to their orders on their behalf. In addition, we provide their monthly accounting records and administra­tive transactio­ns with our contracted financial advisor on their behalf and provide full service. Thus, Turkish exporters are able to stock their products in Germany without having to hire personnel and stock their products in a way to deliver it to their customers’ door after the day they sell.”

“Fast delivery and shipment of goods that has already entered into the EU in bond will increase the sales opportunit­ies of our exporters and will further open the doors of the EU for them.”

Offices in Kazakhstan and Russia

Establishe­d in 1995, Kita Logistics incorporat­es all logistics services such as air, sea, rail, road transport as well as storage and supply chain management. Including its offices in Istanbul and Izmir, the company has branches in Germany, Kazakhstan and Russia. Continuing to serve its customers in more than 100 countries with its own fleet at 450 points, Kita offers integrated logistics services to its customers with its technology-oriented approach.

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