Easyfresh Ireland enters reefer logistics arena

The global reefer network of Easyfresh has expanded to include Easyfresh Ireland Ltd, a newly formed company that opened its doors the first week of October 2014.
Headed by Dublin, Ireland-based shipping expert Christiaan Visser, Easyfresh Ireland will offer shipping and logistical solutions to the ever-increasing flow of refrigerated export cargoes from Ireland into the United Kingdom, Europe, and the rest of the world.
The new company is a joint venture between Visser and Frigo Breda, Dutch owner-partners in the Easyfresh network.
“Easyfresh Ireland will bring a whole new dimension to the shipping of reefer cargo from Ireland,” said Visser. “We want to offer Irish exporters new and efficient ways to ship their perishable cargo on a door-to-door basis to the rest of the world, and I believe we have the infrastructure and know-how to make a real impact in the Irish reefer industry.”
Easyfresh Ireland will use Breda’s own container fleet of 45-foot reefer units as well as its state of the art cold storage facilities in the Netherlands, to offer multi-modal door-to-door supply chain services. This infrastructure alongside the existing Easyfresh global network, means that Easyfresh Ireland can truly reach anywhere in the world.
It will also offer a groupage service into the UK and the continent. The service will enable smaller exporters to ship smaller shipments at still-competitive rates.
With a lot of reefer trade coming into Ireland, Easyfresh Ireland through the Easyfresh and Breda networks will be instrumental in coordinating shipments. As with exports, it will be able to offer multi-modal logistical solutions to some of the country’s biggest importers of perishable products.
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