The startup, Kubbo, partners with the European logistics and transport giant FERCAM

The logistics operator kubbo, founded in 2019, has announced an alliance with one of the European leaders in integrated logistics, the logistics and transport company FERCAM. Thanks to the agreement reached between both companies, the startup will increase its services and logistics capacity, from the facilities that FERCAM has in the Barcelona town of Sant Esteve Sesrovires.

Founded by Entrepreneurs Eric Daniel Fernandez and Victor Garcia Pujol, Kubbo is a startup that promotes the logistics of eCommerce brands, more than 150 to date, offering storage, picking, packing and same-day, next-day and international shipments. Its software allows you to track all the real time process, and that companies can focus on growing, generating recurring purchases and retaining customers.

Thanks to this agreement, Kubbo will have half a thousand reserved pallets to start its operations in the warehouse and with the forecast of increasing the space in the coming months.

To cope with this increase in operations, Kubbo will incorporate in the coming months four new jobs dedicated exclusively to managing your orders from the FERCAM facilities. The comprehensive logistics startup expects to manage a volume of about 5,000 monthly orders during the first few months, with expectations of doubling this figure by the end of the year.

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FERCAM’s extensive experience in the logistics sector, over six decades, has been one of the main reasons for Kubbo to establish this alliance. The multinational has more than 100 offices strategically located throughout Europe and in other international countries, and has more than 1,200,000 m2 of warehouse space. In Spain, it has 7 subsidiaries (Barcelona, ​​Zaragoza, Irún, Gijón, La Coruña, Seville and Valencia), as well as a fleet of more than 300 proprietary trailers, and provides national and international full load transport services, logistics ( storage and preparation of orders) and transport by air and sea.

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