As of the beginning of the year, the freight forwarding Amit officially represents the global French logistics and freight forwarding Geodis in Israel.

As of the beginning of the year, the freight forwarding Amit officially represents the global French logistics and freight forwarding Geodis in Israel.
 
In an interview conducted by PORT2PORT portal with Amir Shani and Ron Berry, co-CEOs of Amit, and will be published in full soon in the magazine, the two have been aware of potential purchasers of Panalpina during the months preceding DSV's takeover of Panalpina shares, and prepared a contingency plan for the expected change.
 
Amir Shani: "The transition to Geodis has been completely transparent to our customers and has become full part of both the customer service and internal changes we have made ahead of time. Moreover, we are proud of our employees who gave their best ability and experience in moving our customers' traffic and absorbing the new network. "
 
Ron Berry: "There is a big difference between the French concept and the Swiss concept, we were quickly exposed to the methodology and creativity of the French concept. We got a lot of materials from them and it was fascinating to see the thinking, the end-to-end service focus for the customer and the look at his core business - that's Geodis's expertise and it's added value. "
 
Amir Shani: "We immediately felt a positive change, after moving to Geodis. We were absorbed like family members. We received inquiries from company branches all over the world - wanted to know how to help, what to do.
 
Amit has been representing the Swiss logistics and shipping company Panalpina since the beginning of its operations - for the past 57 years. Panalpina was acquired by Danish DSV.
 
Geodis has 41,000 employees worldwide with offices in 67 countries and with logistics operations in 120 countries. The company provides international freight forwarding services, logistics contracts, distribution and express services, land transport, and supply chain optimization. The company's annual revenue turnover is € 8.2 billion. The company is a subsidiary of the French Railway Company
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