News | Wednesday, 16 September 2009

Fahrenheit confirmed ITG’s official Malta partner

ITG, the international logistics and freight forwarding company, announced its new official partner in Malta, Fahrenheit Freight Forwarders.
In a company statement, ITG announced that Fahrenheit, a member of Famalco Group, has already been an established partner of the German company for over 10 years as carrier between Europe and Malta. Fahrenheit and ITG have now taken it a step further. As ITG’s official partner, Fahrenheit now gets access to new opportunities in new markets, including the Far East.
Through this partnership, the Maltese company is also operating a regular transport service between Malta and Germany, importing raw materials for major Maltese factories, and exporting their finished products back to Europe.
ITG, a member of Deutsche Post AG, is a renowned logistics, freight forwarding and distribution services provider established in 1981. Its vast network extends to over 200 localities in 90 different countries. Fashion distribution is one of ITG’s areas of specialisation, with Adidas, Puma, and Reebok among its regular clients.
With a fleet of over 150 trailers and 35 road tractors, Fahrenheit is one of Malta’s leading providers in the international freight forwarding sector. Using the latest technology, Fahrenheit’s team provides high quality air, sea, and road freight services, including customs clearance and logistics, customised to swiftly and cost-effectively meet clients’ requirements.
Fahrenheit was established in 1995, and is a full member of the International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations (FIATA).
About Famalco Group:
Famalco Group was set up in the early 1990s to consolidate a thriving fruit business established over 50 years ago. Since then, the group has been constantly expanding, both horizontally and vertically, increasing business opportunities, and attaining greater achievements.
It has now branched into various sectors, including logistics, fruit trading, property, viticulture, retail, automotive dealership, excavation and demolition works, real estate services, and energy. It is the local representative of major international brands.
This diversification is one of the group’s biggest strengths, offering a wide range of products and services to cater for the needs of different types of customers. Famalco includes Fruitland Company Ltd, Fapi Motors, Fahrenheit Freight Forwarders, Fulani Properties, Coldwell Banker Malta, Fritz Energy, and Faceworks.


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