Logistyx Technologies’ Rapid Growth Extends European Arm with New Headquarters in The Netherlands
Logistyx Technology moves into new international headquarters in Zaandam, Netherlands.
Zaandam, Netherlands (April 03, 2019) – Logistyx Technologies, the leader in Transportation Management for parcels, today announced it has moved into its new international headquarters in Zaandam, Netherlands, a response to the company’s rapid growth. Logistyx has doubled its employee headcount since its inception in May 2017, as a result of growing organic sales and merger and acquisition initiatives.
“The international demand for solutions that can most effectively optimize supply chain delivery networks and parcel shipments is growing rapidly. The new headquarters speaks to the strong market response in Europe and to our steadfast mission to provide the best-in-class parcel shipping software for companies around the globe,” said Logistyx CEO Geoffrey Finlay. “We look forward to growing our European operations and customer service teams.”
The offices in Hoofddorp and Alkmaar are now centralized in the new European hub in Zaandam. The new office joins six North American offices, including a new North American headquarters in Illinois which opened last Fall and an office in Singapore. The North American headquarters more than doubled in size and set the stage for an aggressive recruiting program to add more than 50 jobs in product development, professional services, sales, marketing and operations globally. Last summer, Logistyx’s acquisition of Transparix, the Dutch transportation management software-as-a-service (SaaS) company, added 17 new roles in the Netherlands. Since then, 14 additional roles have buoyed the global expansion from countries including Germany and the United Kingdom.
“Logistyx’s roots have been firmly planted in the global market for the last half decade, so the expansion of our European reach has been years in the making,” Finlay added. The rapid global growth follows the launch of TME 3.0, Logistyx’s revolutionary single engine for global multi-carrier parcel shipping.