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CFL multimodal and ista Luxembourg ink long-term deal

CFL multimodal, through its subsidiary CFL logistics, and ista Luxembourg S.à r.l have signed a long-term agreement, under which the logistics expert will provide warehousing, customs and distribution services to ista, an international energy and water usage metering service provider.

CFL logistics ensures storage of ista’s products in a temperature-controlled, TAPA certified environment while also providing order processing services.

In its quest to provide data-based products and services for transparent individual energy consumption to residents so they may save energy and lower their costs and CO2 emissions, ista Luxembourg decided to work with CFL multimodal.

Currently, ista Luxembourg stores heating cost allocators, heat and cooling meters and smoke detectors at the warehouse in Dudelange, Luxembourg.

“I am excited that yet another company chose to work with us, based not just on the service quality and added value we provide, but also the understanding of sharing a similar mission. Both of our companies want to help businesses and individuals reduce their carbon footprint and by aiming to do so, create a working environment that encourages the development of innovative solutions. Solutions, I might add, that are not just developed for today, but also for future generations.” commented Rocco Brondeau, CEO of CFL logistics.

“We are very pleased to have won a logistics partner in CFL who understands the business and with whose help we can optimize our logistics processes. As we no longer need our own storage space and have saved on part of the organisational structure, we can further reduce our costs and our overall carbon footprint,” stated Joachim Colles, Country Manager at ista Luxembourg.

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