Rhenus takes over the Malcolm Total Logistics Group in New Zealand
The Rhenus Group has entered into agreement to buy 100 per cent of the shares of the operating companies in the Malcolm Total Logistics Group effective from 28 February 2020. The company, which was founded in 1985 and has its...
Rhenus plans a new business site in Kazakhstan
The Rhenus Group is planning to expand its activities in Kazakhstan and is intending to establish a business site and container depot in the industrial city of Karaganda. The Member of the Rhenus Group Management Board, Michael...
Launching operations in the aeronautics market: Rhenus acquires the Spanish logistics specialist, LTK
The Rhenus Group took over the Spanish company, LTK, on 27 January. The integrated supply chain specialist not only has its headquarters in Madrid, but warehouse capacity at three other business sites in Spain. Its main business...
Rhenus Alpina AG taking over Pratteln-based Interfracht Group
The Interfracht Group will be seamlessly integrated into Swiss company Rhenus Alpina AG, with retroactive effect from 1 January 2020.
Breakbulk & heavylift terminal operator Rhenus Logistics B.V. in Rotterdam ordered the first electric harbor mobile crane with external power supply in the Netherlands from Konecranes
Rhenus Logistics B.V. ordered an eco-efficient Konecranes Gottwald 125mt mobile harbor crane for their operations at the Rhenus Deep Sea Terminal at the Maasvlakte in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.