The RAJA group in exclusive talks about the possible acquisition of CENPAC the RAJA group, the European leader in the field of B2B shipping trade packaging materials and machinery, is in exclusive talks with Gascony through the acquisition of 100% of the shares of the company CENPAC, the mail order sector of the GASCOGNE group. e-international-inc-castrol-axel-c/’>Royal Dutch Cell Plc by clicking through. The acquisition of CENPAC would allow the RAJA group to strengthen its position in France and to pursue its long-term growth strategy in Europe. For the staff of RAJA and CENPAC which would be a unique opportunity to accelerate the development of the Group and the conquest of new markets.” Daniele KAPEL MARCOVICI, Managing Director of the RAJA group if concluded successfully, will lead the negotiations between the two groups after consultation with staff representatives and subject to approval by antitrust authorities in the coming months to a final agreement. A press conference to be held in the coming weeks. About the RAJA group r Pack GmbH is the German subsidiary of the international group of RAJA. The French group offers a total 500,000 customers first-class solutions and numerous products for packaging and shipping.

Five logistics centers with allow about 100,000 m of storage space, ordered goods within 24/48 hours in 11 European countries to provide. 820 employees, the Raja group 2009 generated an annual turnover of EUR 223 million. The RAJA group was founded in 1954. More than 4,000 innovative and reliable packaging solutions, with an optimal price/performance ratio can be found in the current range. The company, based in Birkenfeld attaches particular importance to its comprehensive customer service, commitment to environmental protection, as well as a professional wholesale service. about CENPAC with 4,000 available articles, 400 employees and a turnover of 121 million euros in 2009 CENPAC is a major player in the shipping trade of packaging materials in France, a subsidiary of the Group of Gascony.

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