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Geodis Acquires OHL, to Rebrand U.S. Logistics Company

French logistics giant Geodis says it is acquiring OHL, the U.S-based third-party logistics services provider formerly known as Osburn-Hessey Logistics for an undisclosed amount.

Founded in 1951, OHL operates more than 120 value-added distribution centers in North America with over 36 million square feet of flexible warehouse space. Its integrated global supply chain management solutions include transportation, warehousing, customs brokerage, freight forwarding, and import and export consulting services. OHL's annual revenue is reported at €1.2bn ($1.99bn).

Geodis, totally owned by SNCF Logistics, offers tailor-made solutions in more than 67 countries through its five lines of business: supply chain optimization, freight forwarding, contract logistics, distribution and express, and road transport. Annual revenue amounts to €6.8bn ($7.5bn).

Earlier this year, Geodis unified its offerings under the Geodis brand. Eventually, OHL will also be rebranded Geodis.

Source: Geodis

Founded in 1951, OHL operates more than 120 value-added distribution centers in North America with over 36 million square feet of flexible warehouse space. Its integrated global supply chain management solutions include transportation, warehousing, customs brokerage, freight forwarding, and import and export consulting services. OHL's annual revenue is reported at €1.2bn ($1.99bn).

Geodis, totally owned by SNCF Logistics, offers tailor-made solutions in more than 67 countries through its five lines of business: supply chain optimization, freight forwarding, contract logistics, distribution and express, and road transport. Annual revenue amounts to €6.8bn ($7.5bn).

Earlier this year, Geodis unified its offerings under the Geodis brand. Eventually, OHL will also be rebranded Geodis.

Source: Geodis