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Expansion of Belspeed International Fashion Transport facilities
23
Jan '10
Belspeed International Fashion Transport has recently added about 3,000 square feet of garment storage space and has remodeled the existing warehousing facilities to accommodate the expectant increase in fashion distribution.

Last year when DHL closed their fashion division in Belgium, they appointed and recommended Belspeed as their successor. Belspeed owners Jean Brandt, Charles Lambert and Gary Dahan accepted DHL's nomination and agreed to ramp up their operations. Based on additional clients and volume coming into Belgium primarily from Germany, Italy and England, Belspeed's Eupen branch anticipates an increase of 20% in 2010.

William Brandt, Eupen's General Manager said, “DHL worked with Belspeed for over ten years. We have been an important part of their trusted network. They recommended us to their European clients and strategic partners to take over their Belgium fashion business because of our high level of professionalism.”

Jean Brandt, one of the Belspeed founders, though semi-retired, continues in the company in an Executive role. His son, William Brandt, who has worked in the company since 1987, has taken over many of the administrative responsibilities and was promoted to General Manager of Eupen in 2009.

While the textile and fashion industries face economic challenges, Belspeed's current challenge is about growth and expansion while maintaining the professionalism it has become known for.

Belspeed is a pioneer in third party, full service fashion transport and logistics, serving Europe and emerging markets. The company is a trusted partner that many of the world's leading fashion brands rely upon to deliver their goods from factories worldwide to their final destination and has done so for over twenty six years.

Belspeed International Fashion Transport


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