Tibbett Logistics was established in Romania in 2010, although the business can trace its beginnings back to 2004. The company has since developed into a domestic market leader within the contract logistics, warehousing, transport and intermodal sectors. With its head office in Bucharest and 15 strategic locations nationwide, the company controls over 116,000 sq m of warehousing and employs more than 1,300 people. In addition, Tibbett Logistics manages the Bucharest international rail freight container terminal (BIRFT). From these locations and with accessibility to railroad transport, Tibbett Logistics can provide its customers with logistics solutions that cover all of Romania and neighbouring countries in South East Europe. Tibbett Logistics maintains a particularly strong position within the retail and automotive industries.
Shoji Murakami, Chief Regional Officer, Yusen Logistics Europe, commented: “We are very pleased to reach this milestone agreement that provides us with both critical mass and insight in the Romanian market. These advantages will give Yusen Logistics the right tools to increase our activities and to optimally serve our customers in this key region. Moreover, our customers will benefit by receiving logistical solutions for their opportunities in this attractive market. We are therefore also delighted to welcome our new colleagues in Romania and look forward to our cooperation.”
John Harvey, Executive Chairman of The Keswick Enterprises Group, commented: “We believe the sale is in the best interests of all stakeholders – Tibbett Logistics’ customers, suppliers, management and personnel, as well as Keswick’s shareholders and associated charities. It represents an excellent fit in terms of skills, sectors, services and geography. Yusen Logistics’ parent company is quoted on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, and will bring the resources and strategy required to reinforce and sustain the continued growth of the business. The move will also provide enhanced opportunities for Tibbett Logistics to participate in pan-European logistics tenders.”
Source: Yusen Logistics
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