Why choose Geodis? – Who we are and what we do

Getting goods from A to B. Sounds simple enough, right? Not when we’re doing it on a global scale. In fact, it’s a task of immense complexity that demands a total commitment to getting it right every time. A fixation on excellence, if you like.

For our clients, that means added value logistics solutions across all of their supply chain. Beyond that, we aim to support their strategic, geographical and technological development by providing solutions that optimise their physical and information flows. Here in the UK, our business operates under the following business links (click on the logos to find out more):

Freight Forwarding Freight Forwarding (previously Geodis Wilson). Our Freight Management division links the continents by air and by sea. By combining high-quality freight services into one seamless integrated supply chain solution, we create tailored services that meet the challenges of a diverse range of industries from automotive, aviation and marine to pharmaceutical, fashion and high-tech.

Road Transport Road Transport (previously Geodis Calberson). Our Road Freight division. Here, we deliver a proactive and value-driven approach to our customers, providing solutions that don’t just meet – but where possible exceed – their expectations. As you can imagine, it’s a fast-paced and demanding operation that’s driven by excellence. It also calls for people with a real commitment to Total Customer Satisfaction.

Contract Logistics Contract Logistics (previously Geodis Logistics). This division specialises in flow management and optimisation across the entire logistics chain. We are the 4th largest player in Supply Chain Management in Europe and operate worldwide, providing our clients with three key factors in competitiveness: reliability, flexibility and agile flow management.

Supply Chain Optimisation Supply Chain Optimisation (previously Geodis Supply Chain Solutions). Offers our customers ‘end to end visibility’ – total, proactive visibility of the supply chain with event monitoring and early warning for any incidents that may arise during the delivery process.