DACHSER acquires Dutch food logistics provider Müller

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Part of a family-owned holding company, Transportgroep A. Müller B.V. is active in the market under the name Müller Fresh Food Logistics. In 2021, the company’s 770 food logistics employees generated nearly € 90 m in revenue, making it one of the leading food logistics providers in the Netherlands. DACHSER has not, however, acquired Müller’s workshop business, which employs a further 80 people. Müller shareholders aim to continue to run the workshop business independently.
 

In the Netherlands, Müller operates in five locations. As a full-service logistics provider, Müller offers transports and distribution in the ambient, fresh, and frozen food segments. The company’s portfolio also includes warehousing across all temperature ranges as well as customer-specific value-added services. Müller’s CEO, Jan-Peter Müller, remains at the helm, supported by his trusted and proven management team.

“Müller has been a leader in the Dutch food logistics market for many years. As a part of DACHSER, we now have access not only to DACHSER’s food logistics network in Germany, but also to DACHSER’s European Food Network that serves 34 countries. This means we can offer our customers entirely new options. For Müller, the acquisition opens up considerable growth potential within a rapidly growing international family-owned company. This creates an excellent and reliable outlook, in particular for our employees,” says Jan-Peter Müller, Chief Executive Officer Müller.

“For DACHSER, acquiring Müller in the Netherlands is an important step toward expanding our business activities in Benelux. With this acquisition, we are safeguarding high-quality distribution capacity for our German and European customers in the key food market of the Netherlands, ” says Alfred Miller, Managing Director DACHSER Food Logistics.

Source: DACHSER Intelligent Logistics

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