The company Deutsche Transport-Compagnie Erich Bogdan GmbH & Co. KG (DTC) has purchased seven new trucks. The Nuremberg-based logistics company responds to the increasing number and demand for waste disposal of used metal scrap.
„Our investment responds to a clearly rising demand for transport services we have been able to observe in the past“, says Roland Kuhn, CEO DTC.
The forwarding company adds five swap body vehicles and two dumper vehicles to expand its transport capacity for short and long distance haulage, thus also modernising its fleet. Apart from expecting increasing cargo volumes, the company also improves its ecological footprint.
The company Deutsche Transport-Compagnie Erich Bogdan GmbH & Co. KG (DTC), headquartered in Nuremberg, is a highly-networked international provider of forwarding and logistics services. They have specialised in planning and implementation of individual logistics solutions for the manufacturing industry. In addition to the headquarters in Nuermberg, the transport and logistics provider has locations in Lüdenscheid (Nordrhein-Westphalia) and in Loßburg (Baden-Württemberg). The company has about 245 employees and generated a turnover of EUR 47.4 million in 2013.