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time:matters takeover of express specialists JNE Netherlands
time:matters is continuing its strategy of internationalization with its acquisition of JNE/ the takeover ensures representation in a market with attractive potentials for development
JNE and time:matters combine an optimal "Strategic & Cultural Fit": "The strategic company alignment is virtually congruous: both companies operate in a very businesslike way and are defined by strong customer orientation; the portfolio of services complement each other in a truly ideal way", Franz-Joseph Miller, the chief executive officer of time:matters stated. "The comprehensive experience which JNE has acquired during 15 years in the segment of sameday and emergency logistics, combined with the specific regional knowledge of the market, offers attractive synergies for successful development of our business activities", Miller said. In addition, as a result of the takeover, JNE customers are provided with direct access to the time:matters network which significantly expands the existing services and geographical focus points of JNE.
With the acquisition of JNE, time:matters is adding a new component to its strategy of internationalization which was initiated the year before last: whereas previously the expansion concentrated on organic growth in the form of the setting up of its own sales offices and subsidiaries (2006: first foreign subsidiary in Zurich; 2007: further dependencies in Shanghai, Vienna and Warsaw), time:matters has now taken over an established company for the first time. Franz-Joseph Miller: "The integration of the Benelux countries in the time:matters network is an important step in the frame of our internationalization. The region, in which for example numerous European distribution centers have been established, provides great potentials for time-critical replacement parts logistics - a segment, which is gaining increasingly in importance for time:matters."
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