Maxx Intermodal Systems Changes name to Rhenus Intermodal Systems

Maxx Intermodal Systems Changes name to Rhenus Intermodal Systems
Danny Gill

Maxx Intermodal Systems is the specialist for global container logistics in the Rhenus Group, and has been operating under the new name Rhenus Intermodal Systems since the beginning of 2017. Rhenus says the aim is to underline its membership within the Rhenus Group and promote the development of the wholly owned Rhenus subsidiary.

Work first started on renaming the individual companies in different countries in Russia towards the end of 2016. This procedure then followed in Belgium, Turkey and Germany. The change of name finally occurred for the container specialist in Kazakhstan in early January.

“When Maxx Intermodal Systems joined Rhenus eleven years ago, it already had a well-established name in the market place. As a result of the strong growth of the Rhenus Group particularly in India, China and South-East Asia during the past few years, the Rhenus brand has become more widely known in regions where Maxx is active too. By changing the name, we’re showing our customers that we’re part of the Rhenus Group,” says Martin De Sterck, Managing Director of Rhenus Intermodal Systems. “The goal is to further expand the business operations of the multimodal logistics specialist under its new name. We want to grow in Russia and Central Asia by opening new offices and expand our activities in Iran and Turkey.”

Danny Gill

Danny is currently a Contributing Writer for Airfreight Logistics and Logistics Manager (LM) and is quite the foodie. He’s always on the hunt for new and exciting dishes to sample, and is never one to back down from a spicy challenge. His travels have taken him around the world, and he’s been able to experience many different cultures (and food).

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