JetPak swoops on Belgian express firm

Nordic courier specialist Jetpak has purchased express logistics company Right Away for an undisclosed sum.
Jetpak described Right Away as a small sized air express company with annual revenues of €4m located in Brussels Airport.
The purchase is part of the courier firms’ European growth strategy. Last year, Jetpak began operations in Poland, following on from its expansion into the Netherlands, UK and the Baltics.
According to the Right Away website, the company offers services covering automotive, aviation, life sciences, marine logistics and oil and gas.
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