Imperial Logistics set on buying a major forwarder as it eyes expansion in Africa

June 14, 2019 Alex Lennane

Imperial Logistics is the $3.5bn company you’ve never heard of – except, you have.  
It owns Palletways, Europe’s largest pallet company, with more than 400 depots in 20 countries, and is Europe’s largest inland barge operator, with 700 ships, of which 128 are owned by the company.
It has 20 hazmat warehouses, operates a tanker fleet and has a large South Africa division. 
And it has set its sights on buying a large air ...

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