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MIQ to rebrand as Noatum Logistics

MIQ Logistics will be rebranded as Noatum Logistics, as the companies progress with the post-takeover transition.

Over the upcoming weeks, MIQ’s website, invoices and email addresses will change to reflect the Noatum Logistics branding. The MIQ email systems will still be accessible and any correspondence sent to these addresses will be forwarded on to the new emails for an extended period of time, added Noatum.

Following Noatum Logistics’ acquisition of MIQ in April 2019, the two companies have maintained separate branding. Now that the transition is almost complete, Naotum Logistics said it is time to launch “as a single global brand”.

www.noatumlogistics.com

www.miq.com

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