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WWL awarded vehicle processing contract for Subaru in Brunswick, GA
Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (WWL), a leader in automotive shipping and logistics, has been selected to manage vehicle processing for Subaru in Brunswick, Georgia.Starting in July, WWL will handle vehicle processing for Subaru’s auto imports at the Port of Brunswick including accessory installation, pre-delivery inspection and preparations for truck transport to dealers.“Subaru is proud to announce WWL as its auto processing supplier for the Southeast U.S.”, says Larry Strug, National Transportation Manager at Subaru. “WWL is a long-time logistics and technical services partner and was chosen for Subaru’s Brunswick operation based on its skills, operational excellence and commitment to quality.”WWL also manages auto processing at Subaru’s plant in Lafayette, Indiana, and services Subaru imports at the Port of Baltimore. WWL’s Brunswick facility spans 78,000 square feet and is a state-of-the-art operation located on-site at the Port of Brunswick.“WWL is excited to expand its support of Subaru to include auto processing in Brunswick,” says John Felitto, President and CEO of WWL Vehicle Services Americas. “WWL’s expertise in vehicle processing and accessory installation, as well its intimate knowledge of Subaru’s requirements, position both companies for success at the port.”
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