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2017

HOYER has announced its purchase of the IBC (Intermediate Bulk Container) leasing activity as well as the brand of CCR – the French major lessor of IBCs and Small Portable Tanks. Furthermore, HOYER develops a smart tank container and is honoured as a Ditigal Leader.

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2016

Expansion of Kombi Terminal Schkopau (KTSK): The terminal has been lengthened by 220 metres and equipped with a second portal crane.

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2015

HOYER acquires Norwegian transport service provider Gran Taralrud and therefore expands activities in northern Europe and the Baltic region.

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2014

Launch of a specially built training container. The three-compartment swap body tank is 7.15 metres long and will be used at training courses, presentations and trade fairs.

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2013

With the publication of the HOYER Sustainability Report, the company is for the first time publishing key figures of its own on sustainability and economic efficiency.

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2012

Revolutionary beer tank container in operation for the first time.

Launch of own companies in Moscow and Odessa.

HOYER takes over Turkish forwarder aktifsped.

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2011

Revenues of more than €1 billion achieved for the first time.

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2010

HLS as LLP takes over the organisation and charge of the transport services for a large chemical company at three locations.

HOYER acquires 100% share of the Dutch company ELD B.V. (European Liquid Drumming) in Oosterhout.

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2009

New cleaning facility in Razgard, Bulgaria.

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2008

Starting in November Gerd Peters is the new CFO of the HOYER Group.

The 20,000th tank container at HOYER.

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2006

In October, Ortwin Nast, the first non-family member, takes his position as the CEO of HOYER Group.

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2005

A new intermodal terminal starts operations in Schkopau, Germany. Turnover capacity of 48,000 units.

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2002

The 10,000th tank container at HOYER.

Walter Hoyer, the founder of HOYER Group, passes away on December 17 at the age of 87 years.

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2000

New facility for synthetics starts operation in Dormagen.

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1998

New IBC cleaning facility in Antwerp.

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1997

Opening of HOYER Türkiye in Istanbul.

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1995

Opening of HOYER do Brasil in São Paulo.

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1994

Founding of HOYER Multilog for the marketing of Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBC).

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1991

Walter Hoyer becomes Chairman of the Board of Directors on July 1st and Thomas Hoyer becomes the Managing Director.

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1990

The first vehicles are equipped with mobile terminals (satellite communication, Euteltracs).

The first transport of refrigerated foodstuffs takes place in reefer tanks.

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1988

Introduction of an emergency system.

Rotterdams Tank Transport completes the construction of a silo bulk handling installation in Rotterdam.

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1985

By this time there are fifteen branch offices within Europe.

Increase of the share capital from 7.5m to 10m Deutsche Marks.

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1980

Opening of the first overseas company, HOYER USA in New York.

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1972

Purchase of the first seven 'HOYER-tainers'.

Completion of the first tank cleaning facility of HOYER UK in Huddersfield, Great Britain.

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1969

Walter Hoyer is the co-founder of "Kombiverkehr" and is seen as a pioneer in this field.

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1960

First international branch office opens in Rotterdam, The Netherlands

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1959/1960

First chemical transports

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1953

HOYER makes daily transports of up to 250,000 liters of milk to Berlin

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1948

Purchase of the first vehicle for 22,791.20 Deutsche Marks. The delivery time was three days.

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1946

Walter Hoyer founds the company "Bruno Hoyer Internationale Fachspedition". Walter Hoyer takes over the company name of his father, Bruno Hoyer, who has operated a Hamburg milk wholesaling company of considerable proportions since 1922.

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