Jan de Rijk boosts temperature-controlled fleet

Roosendaal, the Netherlands: Jan de Rijk Logistics has expanded its temperature-controlled fleet as part of a major growth initiative.

The company has added 25 temperature-controlled secure trailers to its fleet along with five multi-temperature trailers, designed to transport products for the healthcare market.

Jan de Rijk has also just placed an order for 125 new Daf trucks, mostly fleet renewals to meet its growth plans.

As part of the expansion the company is adding 10,000m2 of warehousing capacity at its headquarters in Roosendaal, the Netherlands. The new warehouse will be ready by March 2013.

Jan de Rijk operates 650 vehicles in Europe. The company also offers warehousing services and retail distribution. Jan de Rijk has 25 offices in 15 countries and employs more than 1,000 staff in Europe.

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