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Nadal Forwarding joins the global network of TVS Asianics

Nadal Forwarding SL, a company dedicated to international transport operations, founded in 1979 in Barcelona, joins the integrated global network of TVS Asianics.

Leader in the transport of goods and international logistics, Nadal Forwarding has achieved remarkable growth since its inception. Economically self-sufficient, the company expects to close 2017 with the highest turnover in its history: 41 million euros.

“It is a significant advance in the development of the company. We have high expectations for international growth. At the same time, we will maintain our family culture and continue to offer personalized services to our clients. In addition, we will continue to nurture our relationships with customers, employees, partners and suppliers, as we have done throughout our 38 years of history,”says Jaume Altisent, who has been part of the company since its creation and after the merger, continues to lead Nadal Forwarding as CEO, a position he has held since 2008, when Jordi Nadal, president and founder of the company, retired.

Thanks to the knowledge, experience and operational focus of TVS Asianics in Asia, as well as its integrated network, technologies and world-class systems, Nadal Forwarding will be, from this alliance, better positioned to serve its customers, simplifying the complex supply chain in Asia.

“TVS Asianics recognizes the strength of the Spanish economy, in particular the significant imports and exports of its companies. We see the opportunity to increase both companies’ customer base by leveraging our joint capabilities in the Asia-Europe business axis and TVS Asianics’ strength within Asia. We see Nadal Forwarding as an ideal partner due to its strong workforce and strategic location in southern Europe and China. We are excited about the journey ahead of us,”says James McAdam, CEO of TVS Asianics. With this alliance, TVS Asianics will be present in 9 countries including an important presence in the largest cities of China.

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