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Jeroen Eijsink — President of Europe

Jeroen Eijsink was named president of C.H. Robinson Europe in September 2015. From 2004 to 2015, Jeroen held several senior management positions in overland transportation at Deutsche Post DHL. Most recently he served as CEO of DHL Freight Germany where he was responsible for the road and rail transport activities for DHL in Germany since March 2013. Prior to that he also served as Regional CEO of DHL Freight for Belgium, Netherlands and United Kingdom from 2011 – 2013 and as Managing Director of DHL Freight United Kingdom and Ireland from 2006 – 2010. Jeroen started his career at Siemens in Germany. Jeroen holds a Master of Sciences Degree in Business Economics from the Erasmus University of Rotterdam in the Netherlands.

20 Years of Delivering Logistics Solutions in Poland

Celebrating 20 Years Delivering Logistics Solutions in Poland | Transportfolio

What started as a single office in Grodzisk Mazowiecki in 1997 has now evolved into 420 in-country logistics experts spanning seven offices. On behalf of C.H. Robinson, it has been our privilege to be an integrated part of the vibrant transportation market in Poland for the past two decades. Last year alone, we helped 6,000 customers deliver more than 341,000 shipments. Of course, these statistics are only part of Poland’s greater story, and what it means to us to still be an active part of it, 20 years later.

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3 Key Differences Between EU and U.S. Truckload Procurement

3 Key Differences Between EU and U.S. Truckload Procurement | Transportfolio


Recent years have seen a frenzy of mergers and acquisitions between U.S. and EU companies. Some firms want one truckload procurement process that works everywhere. Does that approach work? Not exactly. There are differences you’ll need to consider. Listen in on my recent discussion with Adrian Gonzalez in Talking Logistics to learn about the differences between the U.S. and EU markets.

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