CEO Frank Iden to leave the company at the end of March / Successor assumes office on 1st April
Restructured business areas reflect the customers’ requirements: Pharma, Technology and Contract Logistics / Two transport networks – one standard design for vehicles and drivers’ uniforms across the entire Group / New GDP+ label introduced: a digitalisation campaign and symbol of perfect logistics in compliance with ...
Reorganisation plan takes effect: adjusted customer and product portfolios, improved operational quality, reduced costs / Board of Directors expects a positive total result for 2017 / Go-ahead for investments to the amount of EUR 56 million
Full transparency along the entire logistic chain, including temperature documentation;
Additional multi-million euro investment planned to increase the number of temperature-controlled vehicles and transhipment centres;
The company intends to further strengthen its position as the leading provider of pharmaceutical logistic ...
Axel Stetenfeld as the new CFO;
Dr Sven Rutkowsky assumes the newly created position of CRO
With effect from today, Christian Knoblich leaves the Board of Directors of the trans-o-flex Logistics Group and takes over the management of EURODIS GmbH, the international combi-freight network with operations in 35 European countries.
Following a thorough familiarisation of his successor, Max Moser puts into practice what he has been planning for a long time and retires
Actively temperature-controlled transport of pharmaceutical products: Stefan Gerber, Managing Director of trans-o-flex ThermoMed Austria, will also take over the management of the German network
- In November, the 7th hub for actively temperature-controlled shipments at temperatures of between 15 and 25 °C is put into operation in Alzenau
- New semi-trailers, lorries and delivery vans: vehicle fleet for actively temperature-controlled shipments is extended to approximately 2,000 vehicles