Emons Group BV, a third party logistics provider based in the Netherlands, will celebrate its 80th anniversary on September 15th, at the event location Inspyrium in Cuijk. The event, called ‘Futuring Emons’, will be attended by customers and partners; an opportunity to look ahead into the future of logistics in general and the Emons Group in particular.
The topics that will be discussed include the use of AI in the logistics sector, the financial aspects of logistics, sustainability, and the approach of continuous learning to enhance drivers’ professionalism, and will end with a networking drink and a walking dinner.
Keynote speakers will be, among others, Jan Peter Balkenende (former Dutch prime minister), Robert Doornbos (former Formula One racing driver for the Red Bull team), and Rob van den Biggelaar (ING Sector Banking).
“Over the past 80 years, we have grown from a small family-owned business to a leading international freight company. Now, we are proud to celebrate this milestone. With this event, we want to express our gratitude to our customers, partners and employees for their support and share with them our vision for the future of the company. Without losing sight of the past, because our roots are the foundation on which these 80 years of success have been built, we are more than ready to step into the future and cover new, alternative routes,” said Daan Emons, CEO.
Founded in 1943, the Emons Group, headquartered in Milsbeek with 600 employees, has grown into a leading international company with locations in the Netherlands, Germany, Poland, and the Czech Republic. The company includes three branches: Van Huët, Emons Cargo | 2WIN, and Hofmans respectively specializing in glass, general cargo, and champost logistics and recycling.