Wabererʼs International launches German subsidiary

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Hungarian road haulage company Wabererʼs International began operations today at its new German subsidiary, parent company Wabererʼs Deutschland GmbH told Hungarian news agency MTI.

In 2015, Wabererʼs International transported more than two million tonnes of cargo between Germany and other European Union member states. The companyʼs revenue from the German market grew by 18% last year and accounted for one-third of total turnover. 

In addition to Germany, Wabererʼs International has units in France, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Italy, Poland, Romania and Slovakia.

Wabererʼs International had revenue of €392 million in Q1-Q3 of last year.

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