The acquisition is part of Dachser’s Global 2.0 strategic growth program to expand its logistics network worldwide. Transunion has nine offices in Spain, and it is also represented in Turkey, Argentina, Peru and Mexico. It is expected to post revenue of 95 million euros (approximately US$126 million) in fiscal 2012.
Transunion CEO Federico Camáñez will continue to be responsible for the management of the group. He will report directly to Thomas Reuter, managing director, Dachser Air & Sea Logistics.