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H.Essers

H.Essers is a premium logistics provider that offers customised and integrated transportation and logistics solutions across Europe. The company was founded in 1928 by Henri Essers and has since become one of the leading companies in Europe within major transport and logistics sectors such as chemicals, pharmaceuticals, healthcare and high-quality products. For the past years the company has experienced a solid expansion, driven by organic growth and a number of strategic acquisitions. In 2014, H.Essers reported a turnover of € 440 million.

With 930,000 m² of warehouse space, a fleet of 1,300 trucks and 2,800 trailers, H.Essers is one of the largest and most successful logistics providers in Europe. The company has over 4,400 employees across 40 offices in 12 countries in Western and Eastern Europe. Along with their headquarters in Genk (Belgium), H.Essers also has a strong presence in Romania.

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Unique collaboration between Belgian Red Cross-Flanders (Rode Kruis-Vlaanderen) and H.Essers

Unique collaboration between Belgian Red Cross-Flanders (Rode Kruis-Vlaanderen) and H.Essers

Many hospitals, assisted living centres or other healthcare providers still manage their own stocks and transport needs. This requires time and proper organisation. Belgian Red Cross-Flanders lacked the necessary expertise in this respect and therefore embarked on a 5-year collaboration with H.Essers in May 2015.

21 April 2016
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H.Essers acquires transport company Verstraete in West Flanders

H.Essers acquires transport company Verstraete in West Flanders

On 1 April 2016, H.Essers took over the Belgian utility logistics company Verstraete. Transport Verstraete is a family transport company with its head office in Moorslede in West Flanders.

21 April 2016
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H.Essers continues to grow

H.Essers continues to grow

In 2015, H.Essers reached an absolute pinnacle in terms of new recruits. An impressive number of 321 Belgian vacancies were filled during the year.

21 April 2016
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