Rhenus takes over Croatia’s Trans Integral

April 4 (SeeNews) – Germany-based logistics specialist Rhenus Group said on Tuesday it has taken over Croatian logistics services provider Trans Integral for an undisclosed sum, aiming to strengthen its position in the Balkans.

“This strategic acquisition is part of the plan to enlarge the presence of the Rhenus Group in the region and to offer additional services to its customers,” Rhenus said in a press release.

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By taking over the company, Rhenus and its customers will benefit from an extended pool of resources and expertise, it added.

The acquisition takes place two years after the successful integration of Croatian freight forwarder Log Adria, Rhenus noted.

Trans Integral and Rhenus already have several years of successful cooperation.

Trans Integral is a Croatian freight forwarding company that was founded in 2004. It is operating from its headquarters in the southern Adriatic port town of Ploce and its branches in Rijeka, Zagreb and an office in Capljina, in neighbouring Bosnia and Herzegovina. The company is focused on ocean freight forwarding services, customs clearance operations, chartering, port logistics and road transport.

According to the Croatian court registry, until now Trans Integral has been owned by Mijo Sunjic.


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