European Food Network – Your network for food logistics throughout Europe
The food industry is booming. In 2019, over 166 million tonnes of foodstuffs were distributed by retailers to consumers in Europe alone. Highly efficient and smart logistics systems are essential to ensure these enormous volumes enter Europe-wide distribution channels for reliable and rapid delivery to a market of increasingly discerning customers.
At DACHSER, we were quick to identify the food industry’s growing trend towards Europeanization. We set up the European Food Network in 2013, in keeping with our role as innovation-driven logistics experts and specialists in the complex challenges posed by the food market. The primary aim was to unite our regional areas of expertise and strength and contribute them to a logistics network operating across Europe.
Since its foundation in 2013, the European Food Network has developed into one of Europe’s largest and most advanced food transport networks, making it a pioneering force in European Food Logistics. This we were able to achieve by pursuing one clear-cut objective: Due to the independent enterprises’ local assets and quality, the European Food Network is one of the leading temperature-controlled networks regarding interconnectedness, standardization, and experience.
European Food Network Locations
Depend on the European Food Network for all your food and beverage transport needs. The logistics companies in the European Food Network offer proven logistics expertise and years of experience.
Presence in 34 European countries
Click the Country button to show the food logistics specialists located in your area. Contact us directly and find out more about the quality of service provided by the European Food Network!
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Food safety – the foremost objective in quality management
For the members of the European Food Network, product safety is paramount. As food logistics specialists, we must comply with the same food safety laws as food manufacturers. Traceability, temperature documentation and good hygiene practice are all part of our day-to-day routine. To provide top-class service, our organizations and systems must meet our customers’ expectations of prompt, complete, flawless, and hygienic delivery and of timely information. This includes networked integrated IT systems, but also end-to-end transparency in the flow of goods thanks to standardized processes. These objectives are mandatory for all members of the European Food Network.