Eurinpro further expands in Germany (DE)

After having been succesfully established for two years in the German market, Eurinpro will build on its success in this important logistics market by opening two extra offices in Hamburg and Munich.

In order to better respond to the growing customer base that appeals to Eurinpro's innovative business model across Germany, Eurinpro has split its market into north, south and central regions. To optimize its activities in these regions, Eurinpro has opened two new offices in Hamburg and Munich. Eurinpro's German headquarters remain in Langenfeld, from where Eurinpro's business development in central Germany (including Nordrhein-Westfalen, Rheinland Pfalz, Saarland, Hessen, Thüringen and Sachsen), will be overseen.

Eurinpro has been increasingly active in the German market since establishing operations two years ago. Eurinpro Germany only recently delivered an 18,000 m² warehouse for Schenker in Grolsheim; 45,000 m² of an agreed 75,000 m² warehouse for Amazon in Leipzig and a 50,000 m² warehouse for DHL Exel Supply Chain in Lutterberg. Currently Eurinpro is developing a 60, 212 m² warehouse for BLG Logistics in Bremen.

Jan Scheers, Eurinpro's COO for Northern Europe, explains: "We are thrilled that more and more customers put their trust in our services to plan their new logistics real estate and the reorganization of their supply chain. Our successful business is now resulting in a rising demand for our consultancy services and, at the same time, a need to be closer to our customers. Since both our customers and our projects are spread all over Germany, Austria and Switzerland, we decided to open offices in the metropoles of Munich and Hamburg."

Danny Peeters, CEO Eurinpro added: "The opening of two more offices in Germany is obviously another crucial step for Eurinpro. The German market proves to be ripe for customized warehouse solutions and it is clear that Germany – with its vast availability of space and motivated labour force - remains one of the top strategic locations for logistics in Europe. In order to service these two new offices, we have appointed two highly qualified Area Sales Managers."

Nico Hannemann as Area Sales Manager North
Eurinpro has appointed Nico Hannemann as Area Sales Manager North. From the new Eurinpro office in Hamburg, he will oversee the business development in the provinces of Niedersachsen, Sachsen-Anhalt, Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg.

Nico Hannemann has extensive experience in logistics, joining Eurinpro from E. Mordhorst Internationale Spedition GmbH. He has also worked previously in consulting and management positions for Dachser, Hays Mordhorst and ABX Contract Logistics. Nico Hanneman holds an MBA from the Christian-Albrechts-Universität in Kiel with specialisation in Organisation/Innovation Management, Production Management and Logistics.

Roland Vogt as Area Sales Manager South
In Munich, Eurinpro has appointed Roland Vogt as Area Sales Manager South. In this function he is responsible for the group's business development in Baden-Württemberg,,Bayern, Austria and Switzerland.

Roland Vogt has comprehensive experience in sales and marketing and extensive knowledge in the fields of Operations, Business Administration and Leadership. Prior to joining Eurinpro Roland Vogt was Managing Partner at the Munich management consultancy Arcventor GmbH. In this position he was involved in advising leading service providers and companies across industries on business development, operational and strategic management. He also worked for 12 years at Tech Data. Roland Vogt holds a degree (Dipl.-Ing.) in information technology and successfully attended the INSEAD Management Academy.

Danny Peeters concluded: "We are delighted to further strenghten our German team with two specialist logistics appointments. With their proven track record of success in the logistics sector, Roland Vogt and Nico Hannemann each bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to their positions. With their vast consultancy and management experience they

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