India is an ever more important trading partner for Hamburg, with imports and exports growing continuously. More than 500 Hamburg companies maintain active trading partnerships with the sub-continent. Within that trade, logistics services play a central role in the worldwide shipping of goods as well as in the handling of international removals to and from India. The opening event of the 7th India Week (6 – 12 November) held at the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce focussed on current issues of foreign trade and digitalization relevant to internationally active companies such as Rosebrock.
During the event, participants had the opportunity to engage in talks and establish new contacts. These networks have allowed Rosebrock to offer its long-standing, extensive logistics consultation and full-service solutions in cooperation with recognized regional partners. Moreover, as an accredited Authorized Economic Operator (AEO), Rosebrock offers a decisive benefit when it comes to efficiently handling import and export processes, including customs clearance.
“Both in the removals sector as well as the international transport of goods by sea and air, we as international freight forwarders are excellently positioned to support and help companies expand their foreign trade activities with India”, says Ulrike Winkelmann, Head of Sales/Marketing at Rosebrock.