Geodis

03 Nov 2015
Geodis has completed the $800 million acquisition of Ozburn-Hessey Logistics that gave Europe’s fourth-largest logistics and transport firm a strong U.S. presence.
23 Sep 2015
Geodis, the 10th largest global third-party logistics provider, has appointed a new head for its industrial project operations in Southeast Asia and created a similar position in Europe.
17 Aug 2015
Geodis, France’s largest transport and logistics company, today announced the acquisition of Tennessee-based Ozburn-Hessey Logistics in a major expansion of its presence in the U.S market.
14 Aug 2015
Geodis, France’s largest transport and logistics operator, is said to be on the verge of clinching an $800 million acquisition of U.S.-based Ozburn-Hessey Logistics in the latest cross-border consolidation of the global logistics industry.
26 Jul 2013
Geodis Wilson has appointed Leif Voelcker as managing director of Geodis India and Rene Bach-Larsen as cluster managing director of Singapore and Southeast Asia.
02 Jul 2013
Geodis Wilson has plans to expand its operation in the Asia-Pacific to include domestic rail services in China, as well as intercontinental services between China and Europe.
03 Apr 2013
Geodis Wilson has appointed Santiago Jimeno as managing director of Colombia, effective immediately.
19 Mar 2013
Geodis Wilson has appointed Ivy Boyer as its chief marketing officer.
26 Feb 2013
Geodis Wilson has appointed Kim Pedersen, 47, as executive vice president, effective March 1.
11 Jun 2012
Geodis Wilson has opened a new logistics center in southern Vietnam to meet rising demand.
29 May 2012
Geodis Wilson has opened a new logistics center in Singapore’s Jurong harbor.
24 May 2012
Geodis Wilson has expanded its international trucking services in Southeast Asia into China.
07 Jun 2011
Geodis Wilson strengthened its position in the U.S.
25 Feb 2011
French logistics operator Geodis turned a $48.3 million operating profit in 2010, recovering from a loss the year before on a strong rebound in freight forwarding business.
09 Aug 2010
More than a year-and-a-half after paying $365 million for IBM’s global logistics operation, Paris-based Geodis says it’s ready to use the acquisition as a launch pad for expansion.