Hoza, a leading manufacturer of roll containers and metal load carriers, is expanding its product range through the acquisition of Eurobok.
Eurobok produces and delivers all types of transport containers for the professional European insulated glass industry, frame manufacturers, facade construction, the glass trade, the windows and doors industry, timber frame construction, the natural stone industry, and the plastic and aluminum frames industry.
Hoza, part of the Rotom Group, is at its best in developing and producing roller containers. It has its own engineering department, a prototype department, and a hypermodern production facility of no less than 24,000m2. Hoza focuses on several market sectors such as Food and Non-food Retail, E-commerce, Post and Parcel, Flora, and Industrial companies and has now also added the European glass sector.
Eurobok will retain its identity and brand name and operate as a center of expertise for the glass sector in the area of transport containers. To ensure that the acquisition proceeds as smoothly as possible, Wim Hekkens will remain involved with Eurobok for some time.
Since the integration of Eurobok into Hoza, it is not only roller containers being produced in Scheemda: this will be expanded shortly by an even larger range of static equipment. A welcome addition to Hoza and the Rotom Group.
Rotom facilitates companies with logistics for transport and storage in 10 countries in Europe. This addition creates a stronger metal branch that serves the European market through 26 branches. Group turnover is expected to exceed €200 million in 2022. The Rotom Group employs more than 500 people, 200 working in the Netherlands.
“Hoza is a fantastic company with high-quality products, state-of-the-art production facilities and motivated staff,” said Arjan Kuiper, CEO Rotom Europe. “With the addition of Eurobok, we can now offer an even wider range of metal load carriers and will soon be able to supply the glass and window frame industry directly from various locations and our stock, enabling the fast delivery of transport containers.”