French company Chabrillac, UK-based Collett Group, Switzerland’s Friderici Spécial and German companies Hermann Paule and WeiLa Transport have united to form the Route To Space Alliance.
The Alliance, the headquarters of which is based in Toulouse, says it offers the collective experience, knowledge and skills of all five members providing a complete transport service for highly sensitive, unique and irreplaceable items. All five hauliers are family firms with years of experience in transporting high technology products and abnormal loads.
Speaking on the birth of the Alliance, president and managing director of Chabrillac, Jérôme Pasdeloup stated, “Our clients consider us as a very reliable transport company with strong commitments and schedules, perfectly adapted to their needs and with local facilities. From offering this service to our European clients across France we identified an opportunity to offer these specialist services at a European level.”
Born out of a desire to provide a dedicated logistics service for sensitive, delicate and highly valuable cargoes, the collaboration of these five companies delivers a bespoke service for the high technology industries.
“Firstly discussing with our German partners, then with a Swiss and an English partner, who are all highly experienced in the specialist logistics sector, the Route To Space Alliance became a reality.” Jérôme continued, “By forming this Alliance we have successfully brought together our years of experience, our companies’ skill, facilities and knowledge, allowing us to offer a dedicated service for specialist cargoes across Europe.”
The Route To Space Alliance is represented across 13 sites in four countries and features 185.000m2 of depot space, 45.050m2 of warehousing, over 500 employees and over 700 specialist vehicles, trailers and SPMTs.
For more information regarding the Route To Space Alliance please visit www.route-to-space.eu