Jetpak Night Flight shrinks Europe

The Nordic express delivery company Jetpak is launching a new service for the growing number of companies that have their central inventories in Northern Europe. With “Jetpak by Night” customers can place orders late in the evening and the goods are distributed from 7 a.m. throughout the Nordic region – or in the middle of the night if desired.

Jetpak collaborates with the airline Amapola, a subsidiary of Salénia AB, as well as with DANX in Denmark, which has years of experience of nighttime deliveries and whose delivery vans complement Jetpak’s 700 own delivery vans in the Nordic countries. Since April this year, Jetpak has also partnered with the German company time:matters for fast and reliable express deliveries in Europe.

A growing number of companies are moving their warehouses down to the Benelux countries. A total of 800 Nordic companies have already chosen to locate operations closer to the European market. At the same time, short storage times mean capital is also tied up for less time, while efficient distribution solutions become increasingly important.

The new “Jetpak by Night” service, which will be fully operational in February 2008, is expected to achieve annual sales of more than SEK 100 million and strengthen Jetpak’s position as the industry leader in door-to-door services by road and air.

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