São Paulo, March 27th 2013 - Geodis Brazil will be exhibiting at this year’s Intermodal South America at the Transamerica Expo Center, Sao Paulo, Brazil, from Tuesday, 2nd April until Thursday, 4th April 2013. Geodis Brazil is a subsidiary of Geodis Wilson, one of the world’s leading freight management companies.

“Brazil represents a focus market for our company’s development strategy”, says Chris Cahill, Managing Director Geodis Brazil. “Looking at global cargo flows we clearly see the increasing relevance of the Brazilian market for the global economy. And the challenges that come with it. Brazil requires really special expertise, for instance in customs brokerage. We are one of the very few global players that have this expertise in-house today.”

Now in its 19th year, Intermodal South America is the leading integrated exhibition and conference event for international trade, logistics, transport and cargo handling in Latin America. Geodis Brazil will showcase its special expertise as well as an extended service range for the local and regional transport and logistics market. Senior Executives and regional Managing Directors from the Americas region will be present at the event.  A full list of Geodis Wilson attendees is listed below. Interview requests can be handled through ISIS Communications (see contact details below).

About Geodis Wilson and the Geodis Group

Geodis Wilson is a leading global freight management company. With 7,700 employees in more than 50 countries the company delivers tailor-made, integrated logistics solutions to customers enabling them to operate as ‘best in class.’ Geodis Wilson is the freight forwarding arm of Geodis Group which became part of the French rail and freight group SNCF in 2008. With its 46.000 employees in more than 60 countries ‘SNCF GEODIS’ ranks among the top 7 companies in its field in the world.

For more information about Geodis Wilson go to – www.geodiswilson.com

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