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JAS Worldwide Expands Operations in Germany

By
Manuel Kiessling
October 7, 2021
Left to right: Georg Geiger, Import Specialist; Sarah Slansky, Customer Service; Karl-Heinz Deininger, Business Development Manager; Petra Krause, Export Specialist; Bianca Bachmann, Export Specialist ; Sawas Alessandro Cuscianna, Branch Manager
Left to right: Georg Geiger, Import Specialist; Sarah Slansky, Customer Service; Karl-Heinz Deininger, Business Development Manager; Petra Krause, Export Specialist; Bianca Bachmann, Export Specialist ; Sawas Alessandro Cuscianna, Branch Manager

JAS Germany is pleased to announce the opening of its newest branch in Bad Waldsee, to better serve its rapidly growing customer base.

The new branch, located in Southern Germany, is fully operational and offers Air Freight, Ocean Freight, and Customs Brokerage services.

Manuel Kiessling, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Germany, said, "We are excited about the advantages this will bring to the company network as well as to the JAS client base. With this new branch, JAS Germany continues to pursue its strategy of providing best in class service as the global and local freight forwarder of choice."

As a part of this expansion, Sawas Cuscianna joins as the Bad Waldsee branch manager. Sawas brings with him over 20 years of experience in the shipping and logistics industry as well as extensive knowledge of the German logistics market. In past roles, he has held a variety of OPS and sales positions.

About JAS Germany

JAS Germany, headquartered in Neu-Isenburg, Germany, has been present in Germany for more than 40 years. In addition to the global air and sea freight services, handled by a global "one file" IT solution, JAS Germany offers comprehensive solutions such as 3PL service, own warehouse services, and customs clearance services.

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