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.
Expansion of Kombi Terminal Schkopau (KTSK): The terminal has been lengthened by 220 metres and equipped with a second portal crane.
HOYER acquires Norwegian transport service provider Gran Taralrud and therefore expands activities in northern Europe and the Baltic region.
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.
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.
Revolutionary beer tank container in operation for the first time.
Launch of own companies in Moscow and Odessa.
HOYER takes over Turkish forwarder aktifsped.
Revenues of more than €1 billion achieved for the first time.
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.
New cleaning facility in Razgard, Bulgaria.
Starting in November Gerd Peters is the new CFO of the HOYER Group.
The 20,000th tank container at HOYER.
In October, Ortwin Nast, the first non-family member, takes his position as the CEO of HOYER Group.
A new intermodal terminal starts operations in Schkopau, Germany. Turnover capacity of 48,000 units.
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.
New facility for synthetics starts operation in Dormagen.
New IBC cleaning facility in Antwerp.
Opening of HOYER Türkiye in Istanbul.
Opening of HOYER do Brasil in São Paulo.
Founding of HOYER Multilog for the marketing of Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBC).
Walter Hoyer becomes Chairman of the Board of Directors on July 1st and Thomas Hoyer becomes the Managing Director.
The first vehicles are equipped with mobile terminals (satellite communication, Euteltracs).
The first transport of refrigerated foodstuffs takes place in reefer tanks.
Introduction of an emergency system.
Rotterdams Tank Transport completes the construction of a silo bulk handling installation in Rotterdam.
By this time there are fifteen branch offices within Europe.
Increase of the share capital from 7.5m to 10m Deutsche Marks.
Opening of the first overseas company, HOYER USA in New York.
Purchase of the first seven 'HOYER-tainers'.
Completion of the first tank cleaning facility of HOYER UK in Huddersfield, Great Britain.
Walter Hoyer is the co-founder of "Kombiverkehr" and is seen as a pioneer in this field.
First international branch office opens in Rotterdam, The Netherlands
First chemical transports
HOYER makes daily transports of up to 250,000 liters of milk to Berlin
Purchase of the first vehicle for 22,791.20 Deutsche Marks. The delivery time was three days.
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.