Grupo Trans Onuba (GTO) continues in its line of growth and already has its logistics center in Agurain (Álava), which was inaugurated in an event attended by local authorities such as the deputy general of Álava, Ramiro González; the deputy general, María del Pilar García de Salazar Olano; the director of Agriculture and Livestock of the Basque Government, Ikerne Zuluaga, and the mayor of the town, Iñaki Beraza, as well as a broad representation of the local business community and Álava institutions.
GTO is a Huelva-based company dedicated to transport under controlled temperature that currently operates throughout the Iberian Peninsula and Morocco to distribute horticultural products throughout Europe, fulfilling the highest requirements in health in the minimum transit time possible.
As Esteban Sánchez Bernabé, president of the company, states “the opening of the company’s facilities in Agurain was an essential requirement to be able to meet the demands of our customers in terms of time and transport conditions and with the clear objective of organizing transportation flows in such a way that our drivers can reconcile their work life with their family life in the best possible way “.
In this sense, the visit made by the attendees to the opening ceremony of the new facilities of GTO showed that both the organization of the area and the resources invested are aimed at maximizing the efficiency of traffic as well as improving the working and rest conditions of the drivers and other personnel of the company.
The president of GTO took advantage of his discourse to solicit from the authorities “more attention, if possible, to the world of transport, as this is a basic sector in the economic development of the country, due to its great contribution to increasing both GDP and employment”. Along these lines he continued, saying that “it is the transport sector that brings products from points of origin to points of consumption, consolidating it as the fundamental mortar for the construction of our economy.”
For his part Ramiro Gonzalez, deputy general of Álava, intervened in the act emphasizing the importance of logistics and transport for Álava, expressing his delight to see the important commitment from companies like GTO when allocating important investments for the development of a strategic sector.
Grupo Trans Onuba (GTO), created in 1985, is a company of integrated services of road transport and logistics under controlled temperature at a national and international level. It has established itself as a center for logistics services in Europe, with a fleet of more than 350 refrigerated vehicles. It has two logistics centers, in Huelva and Álava, a commercial office in Belgium and a network of logistics nodes in Morocco, France and the Netherlands.
Publication: Huelva Información