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Rhenus rebrands KOG

KOG Transport has been rebranded to Rhenus Project Logistics and fully integrated with the Rhenus Group.

KOG Transport has been part of the Rhenus Group for the past three years, following the latter's acquisition of the Switzerland-based project logistics specialist in February 2015, as HLPFI reported here.

The rebranding, according to Rhenus Project Logistics, is to reflect a common global brand to its clients. Rhenus says there will be no change in structure or contacts at KOG.

 

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