Phoenix International Debuts in France

Dépèche transmise le 29 mai 2009 par Business Wire

Phoenix International Debuts in France

Phoenix International Debuts in France

WOOD DALE, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Phoenix International Freight Services, Limited’s office debut in Paris this past March was a homecoming of sorts for the company’s President and CEO, Stephane Rambaud.

“Since our company’s inception in 1979, Phoenix International has been represented in the French market by exclusive agent partners. I am very pleased to announce the opening of our own office in France. The fact I happen to be a native of France, and that my family has a rich heritage in our industry in France, have little to do with the opening of our 74th office. What is a key factor is the need to provide our global network and clients with a stronger and more dedicated presence in a market as important as France,” said Rambaud.

Rambaud’s grandfather, Paul Rambaud, founded a cartage company in Paris in 1931, and Rambaud’s parents, Daniel and Anne Rambaud, took over the business in the ‘50s until Rambaud International was sold in 1998.

“Many of you have come to rely on and appreciate our proven weekly ocean consolidations, FCL service, and multiple weekly airfreight consolidations to and from France. Knowing that your needs continue to grow and require more sophisticated supply chain integrity, visibility, compliance and security, our office staff and service offerings in France have been chosen to serve you well,” explains Rambaud.

Phoenix France will be managed by Christophe Bedin who brings more than twenty years of market and industry experience to the latest Phoenix venture.

You can reach Bedin and his staff at:

Bat 4 Sogaris, Fret 5, 14 rue de la Belle Borne
BP 18371 Tremblay En France
95706 Roissy CDG Cedex

Mail: [email protected]

Phoenix International is the largest privately owned international freight forwarder, NVOCC and Customs broker headquartered in North America, with 1900 employees in 74 global offices and sales exceeding $865 Million.

Business Wire

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