DFDS is going to take over the international road transport division of EKOL, one of Turkey’s leading logistics companies according to the news source Dünya.
The parties already shook hands in principle. After the official signatures and competition approval, EKOL International Road Transport company, which accounts for approximately 60 percent of the group’s turnover, will join DFDS.
EKOL is among the leading logistics providers in Europe with its 52 weekly block trains and 7,500 vehicles that allow intermodal transportation.
The Turkish logistics group some years ago already sold to DFDS the maritime transport business line operating from Turkey to the port of Trieste.
Established in 1990, EKOL is an integrated logistics company operating in the fields of transportation, contract logistics, foreign trade, customs and supply chain management. It has offices in 13 countries including Turkey, Germany, Italy, Greece, France, Ukraine, Romania, Hungary, Spain, Poland, Czechia, Slovenia and Sweden.