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25 September 2022 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 07:38 GMT+2



September 20, 2022

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Gruber Logistics buys the German Universal Transport

The group now has around 2,200 employees and has a turnover of 650 million euros

South Tyrolean Gruber Logistics has bought Germany's Universal Transport giving life to a logistics group with about 2,200 employees and a total turnover of 650 million euros. The management of the two companies will merge to form the new board that will be composed of four members with the aim of pursue the growth path undertaken by Gruber Logistics to become, not only in the context of the exceptional loads in which it is specialized the German company, one of the main operators European logistics.

The two parties pointed out that the merger also represents a concrete response to the crisis of the ability to road haulage in Europe due to the lack of drivers, since Gruber Logistics can now count on almost 700 trucks and boast one of the most relevant fleets in Europe.

"The integration with Universal Transport - he commented the CEO of Gruber Logistics, Martin Gruber - is a fundamental step in the history of Gruber Logistics. And not I mean only in terms of economic figures. This alliance will make the services of both companies even better, more reliable and more complete for our customers. Already today we are in effect an international company, not only in relation to the widespread presence on the European territory and for the coming from different countries of the people who make up our management, but there is no doubt that the strong presence in Germany, Europe's main logistics market, will give new impulse to the internationalization process that will be able to continue both for organic growth and for further acquisitions in other European countries'.







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