Schmitz Cargobull opens subsidiaries in Georgia and Kazakhstan

Schmitz Cargobull Georgia
Ceremonial opening of the subsidiary in Georgia (from left): Evgenij Sajaz (Regional CFO East Europe), Boris Billich (CSO), Artem Svintsov (Country Manager Georgia), Mile Mishevski (Sales Director East Europe), Dimitri Kajaia (Sales Manager Caucasus Region)
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Schmitz Cargobull has again delivered on its “We are where our customers are” brand promise, after unveiling two subsidiaries in Georgia and Kazakhstan.

Schmitz Cargobull relies not only on a well-developed production network but also on direct sales through subsidiaries in almost all European countries and strategically important sales markets worldwide. With the two newly founded subsidiaries, the European market leader is expanding its presence and further increasing its proximity to customers.

At the ceremonial opening of the two new locations in Tbilisi and Almaty, representatives of the Schmitz Cargobull Board of Management and the respective country representatives met with customers and local media at the end of September.

We are very pleased to expand our business activities in Georgia and Kazakhstan with our local expert teams,” said Boris Billich, Chief Sales Officer of Schmitz Cargobull.

Our goal is to provide our customers in these important markets with better service and quality by offering them innovative products and solutions that are optimally tailored to their needs. With the step to becoming fully-fledged national companies, we reaffirm our promise to be close to our customers, to solve their requirements in the best way with our products and services and to be an active partner in their success. Vehicles, spare parts, repair solutions, telematics and financing services are offered Europe-wide.

Schmitz Cargobull Kazachstan
Ceremonial opening of the new subsidiary in Kazakhstan (with Country Manager Yuriy Tsoy (3rd from left) and Mile Mishevski, Sales Director East Europe, (7th from left)

With Schmitz Cargobull Georgia LLC in Georgia, the European market leader is creating a solid basis for its business activities throughout the Caucasus. The subsidiary, based in Gardabani in the Tbilisi region, offers local customers direct and individual support for the entire Caucasian catchment area.

This includes new and used trailers for freight transport, the construction industry, refrigerated transport and agriculture. The range of services is also being further expanded. With a turnover of 6.8 million euros and over 130 vehicle units sold, the 6-strong team was able to further expand its position as market leader last year and can now respond even better to the needs of transport companies, especially in Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, thanks to the local branch.


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