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Saloodo expand their services to Turkey
DHL group’s Logistics company Saloodo! are expanding into Turkey, helping them bring their services to another key area. Initially launched in Germany Saloodo! also offers intuitive and user-friendly digital solutions in Austria, Denmark, the Netherlands, Poland, the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa.
“After successfully entering the Middle East and the African continent, we are continuing our strategic growth by expanding to Turkey. Turkey is a key market for us. Besides being a gateway to Asia, we also see an increasing demand for smart logistic solutions in the country. We continuously work towards our vision of a world in which logistics are smart and digitalized, and we are therefore inspired to bring our innovative solution to life in more and more markets.”
– Antje Huber, Managing Director, Saloodo!
According to Salodoo! they provide the freedom of an independent marketplace and the reliability and convenience of a digital freight forwarder and combine online freight exchange and digital freight forwarding in one platform. It will be the first digital platform available in the region that offers a single reliable and easy-to-use interface through which shippers and transport providers can cooperate.
“With real-time visibility, Saloodo! will inject greater transparency and efficiency into the regional road network, enabling shippers of all sizes – from small enterprises to large corporations – to find trusted and reliable freight carriers in Turkey. This, in turn, will help carriers manage existing fleets and optimize capacity with full truckload shipments. In addition, communication with drivers is simplified with our Saloodo! driver app, wherein all kinds of information – from order handling to drop-off – can be exchanged,”
– Murat Kavrar, Managing Director, DHL Freight, Turkey