H.Essers takes on Italian transport company


As part of a growth strategy to expand and strengthen its healthcare network in Italy, logistics company H.Essers is acquiring Romano Trasporti.

Headquartered in the south of Italy and operating both nationally and internationally, Romano Trasporti owns a modern fleet of 95 trucks, and 100 temperature-controlled trailers.

“Italy has been one of our focus countries for years,” said H.Essers CEO, Christopher Van den Daele. “We have operated there since the 1980s. Our business is growing organically, but we are always looking for interesting expansion opportunities. With the acquisition of Romano Trasporti, with a presence in Naples, Rome and Milan, we are strengthening our logistics network in the country and further expanding our services for healthcare customers.”

Romano Trasporti is a family-owned business and was was looking for a like-minded and experienced partner to enable further stable growth and expand its business within the healthcare sector.

“The logistics market is becoming increasingly complex and, as a company, we wanted to ensure continuity for our customers,” said Marketing and Sales Manager, Gennaro Romano. “We are happy that we can now do that together with our team under the wings of the family-owned H.Essers, which offers us a lot of perspectives. Our customers can also count on the additional experience and capacity of this leading international logistics player.”

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