ALOM To Open Office In Netherlands, Expands European Presence

by Jake Tully - Published: 7/24/2018

Global supply chain management company ALOM announced earlier this week that it will open new headquarters in Amsterdam, marking the company’s latest in its line of European headquarters.

In providing services to customers across the globe to include efficient trucking, rail, air and e-commerce infrastructure, the company reports that its presence in Amsterdam may aid in the company’s reach to other large global markets.

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“Our expanded European presence in Amsterdam benefits our customers by creating technology-driven efficiencies for delivery to suppliers and end-users across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, improving service and quality, and reducing costs,” said Hannah Kain, ALOM President and CEO. “By enhancing our presence in Europe, we are increasing our reach while minimizing environmental impact. We are also optimizing the customer service by near-sourcing and positioning inventory in close proximity to the markets our customers serve.”

The company reports that it presently serves as a key partner to a core customer base of Fortune 100 entities as well as industry leaders emerging in the field of global logistics.

For more information on ALOM and its offerings to clients globally, interested parties may view the company’s site.