Gerson Relocation Ltd is pleased to announce that it has acquired the business and assets of Dijkshoorn Euromovers B.V., a leading moving services provider based in the Netherlands.
The acquisition of the Dijkshoorn business will expand Gerson Relocation’s European service and support capabilities, consistent with the company’s strategy to meet the needs of their clients and allow the company to be prepared for the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union.
Effective from the closing date:
• Gerson Relocation B.V. based in the Netherlands will provide a comprehensive range of moving and relocation services to its clients with moves to/from and within the European Union.
• Netherlands and EU based international employers will be able to book directly with Gerson Relocation’s office in Rotterdam and access the full range of moving and relocation services.
• Service between Dijkshoorn and its clients on a local and global basis will continue uninterrupted and will not be affected.
Gerson Relocation and Dijkshoorn agent partners will be able to benefit from joint UK-EU shipment consolidation services as well as the UK and NL OA/DA services for moving and DSP.
Paul Evans, AGM Group Chairman & Russell Start, AGM Group Managing Director Commented:
“We are excited by the potential of this complementary combination of two great companies, both Gerson Relocation and Dijkshoorn have a long history of delivering service excellence to customers and clients in their respective moving and relocation markets. Together we will have the capabilities to provide integrated pan- European moving and relocation solutions. We look forward to welcoming Dijkshoorn to the family.”
Denis Zonneveld, Managing Director, Dijkshoorn: “In the new moving and relocation environment, it is increasingly important to be part of a larger organization. I firmly believe that Gerson Relocation is the right partner to take the company and our employees forward while protecting the legacy of the Dijkshoorn name. I look forward to being part of future growth.”