FleetGO, located in Hattem, has recently been merged into the FleetGO Group. For this purpose, software investor, Main Capital Partners acquired a controlling interest in the high quality telematics company. In order to create the FleetGO Group, Main also took over the German Wanko. Stratfield advised FleetGO shareholders regarding the takeover.
FleetGO, with offices in the Netherlands, Germany and Turkey, has focused since its inception in 2010 on all-in-one solutions for the logistics sector, including end-to-end telematic solutions such as GPS tracking, Remote Tacho Download and Tachograph Analysis. These solutions enable more than 5,000 customers, including DHL and Reym, to create smarter fleets based on data and observations relating to the performance of drivers and fleets. Furthermore, they are able to optimise their efficiency, reduce their costs and minimise their risks.
Wanko, located in Germany, focuses on the development of software for warehousing and route optimisation. The takeover by Main Capital Partners means that FleetGO and Wanko have now been merged. The combined company FleetGO Group is going to offer comprehensive software solutions for Warehouse Management, Transport Management and Fleet Management in the DACH and Benelux regions.
Stratfield advised the FleetGO shareholders regarding the takeover. According to Leendert Stam and Richard Zwart, the takeover by Main Capital Partners offers attractive growth and development opportunities for both the company and the management.