Following the sale of its automotive division in December last year Broekman Group has announced it has changed its name to Broekman Logistics. The company, which is based at the port of Rotterdam, said that the move was meant to “emphasise its total focus on logistics”.
When it sold the automotive division last year to C.Ro Ports the company said that it had developed from being a ship broker to a supply chain manager in the logistics sector and that recent acquisitions in chemical logistics and warehousing, along with the sales of company divisions, had been part of the development.
The company said in a statement last week that it aimed to grow further, both in the countries in which it already operates and beyond.
“Acquisition and the disinvestment of business units have led to a new company structure with three clear business units: Forwarding & Shipping, Warehousing and Distribution and Breakbulk Terminals,” said the company in a statement. “There will also be an even greater focus on three niche markets: logistics for the energy and offshore industry, for packed chemical products and for the truckmotive industry.”
In addition to the name change, the company also has a new corporate logo and website. Acccording to Broekman these final changes conclude the company’s restructuring.