PR Newswire/Les Echos/
Tuesday 9 July 2013
Norbert Dentressangle joins forces with Danone to provide fresh product
logistics in Russia
Norbert Dentressangle has entered into a 50/50 Joint Venture with the Danone
Group to offer temperature-controlled logistics and transport of fresh products
The new company, which will benefit from Norbert Dentressangle's logistics and
transport expertise and experience, will be responsible for the distribution of
Danone's dairy products within Russia and aims to improve productivity and
service levels. In addition, the JV will also offer its full range of logistics
services to manufacturers and distributors right across Russia.
With an estimated annual turnover of approximately EUR60M, the company will
employ 300 people.
This new venture allows Norbert Dentressangle to extend its
temperature-controlled logistics activities into a new growth market and
establish a solid foundation for the future development of its Russian
logistics and transport activities.
About Norbert Dentressangle:
Norbert Dentressangle is an international transport, logistics and freight
forwarding company, with annual turnover of EUR3.9 billion in 2012. Norbert
Dentressangle develops high added value solutions in its three sectors, across
Europe, America and Asia, and places sustainable development at the heart of
all its activities. It is established in 26 countries, employs 32,500 people
and generates 59% of its turnover outside France. Norbert Dentressangle, which
is listed on the CAC Small et CAC All Tradable, is headed by Hervé Montjotin.
NYSE Euronext Paris (Category B) / NYSE Euronext London, GND,
Code: ISIN FR0000052870
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