Night Star Express further expands connections to Eastern Europe - Hellmann takes over delivery

The overnight express service provider Night Star Express is able to open up an important part of the Central and Eastern European market through shareholder Hellmann.

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By acquiring Innight Hungary Kft., which is based in Hungary and Romania, Hellmann can take over the delivery of consignments to the most important Eastern European countries for Night Star Express customers.

Thus, Night Star Express can dispense with the use of external partners and the delivery of consignments to Hungary, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Croatia can be covered system-internally via its own Night Express network.

Decades of experience in Eastern Europe

Since its foundation in 2004 in Törökbálint, Hungary - 15 kilometres west of Budapest - Innight Hungary Kft. has developed into an overnight express specialist, primarily active in deliveries to the automotive and agricultural industries. For eight years, the company has also been successfully represented in the Romanian market with its subsidiary Innight Romania Express in Ciorogârla.

The two shareholders Tamás Aradi and Zoltán Csombok will continue to act as Managing Directors, so that the operational business will continue seamlessly and the business relationships with all customers will continue as before.

Willfried Hesselmann, Head of CEP Europe, Hellmann Worldwide Logistics is confident: "The acquisition of Innight Express gives us access to two attractive emerging countries in the Eastern European overnight express market. As part of the acquisition of Innight Express, we were able to take over all 80 employees".

Night Star Express Managing Director Matthias Hohmann explains: "We are pleased to be able to expand our Europe-wide service within our cooperation company. This enables us to offer our customers the quality they are accustomed to from Night Star Express in Eastern European countries as well."

Katja Siefke

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