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Europa Road joins largest freight network in Europe

Europa Road, the European road freight division of Europa Worldwide Group, has joined System Alliance Europe eG, the largest freight network in Europe. This development positions Europa as the 53rd member of the network, which spans 29 countries and encompasses 153 operations.

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System Alliance Europe (SAE), established in 2005, is renowned for its expertise in groupage transport, handling over three million consignments annually. The network ensures consistent quality standards, seamless shipment handling, and comprehensive tracking and tracing across its partners.

By integrating into SAE, Europa Road enhances its service offering with standardised processes, centralised quality and security management, and scalable logistics services, the company stresses. The SAE network is supported by the Log-IT platform, which enables real-time digital collaboration between partners and their customers.

“I already have experience with SAE from a previous company I worked for,” says Europa Road’s Operations Director Dan Cook. “So, I’m convinced that the members represent a very credible pool of really good European forwarders to swim in.” 

The commitment to high quality and IT standards from all SAE partners is what makes the network strong.  

Cook also mentioned Europa’s intention to actively participate in SAE committees, contributing to the network’s strategic direction and growth.

Europa Road’s inclusion in SAE is expected to strengthen its operations, particularly in Germany. The company, which operates a network of sales branches across the UK and Ireland, manages shipments through its Dartford depot, connecting with 42 continental hubs. Annually, Europa Road handles approximately 456,000 consignments, including around 10,000 daily duty-paid consignments in European traffic.