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Kuehne+Nagel to provide transport and storage aid in Ukraine

The German transport and logistics group Kuehne+Nagel Group will offer emergency aid in Ukraine, in the form of free logistics services to aid organisations for the transport and temporary storage of relief goods to Ukraine, as well as Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania, until summer 2022.

This action, which is estimated to amount to US$10.7 million, is being coordinated by the group's existing 'Emergency and Relief Expert Centre' in Copenhagen.

For this purpose, Kuehne+Nagel has announced that it will deploy its existing international logistics networks in air and sea freight, as well as land transport, and goods will be temporarily stored at the group's contract logistics sites, including those on Ukraine's western border.

In addition, Kuehne+Nagel employees can contribute to the group’s 'Colleagues for Colleagues' fundraising campaign.

Particularly, the Swiss-headquartered logistics group said that it will match the amount donated and will work closely with local management "to ensure that funds are used to directly help Ukrainian colleagues in their time of need."

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