Grupo Garland maintains development and revenues of 144 million in 2022

The Garland Group, one of many nationwide leaders within the areas of logistics, transport and navigation, earned 144.3 million Euros final yr, 13% greater than the earlier yr and 21% greater than in 2019 (the final full yr earlier than the pandemic) .

After a slight drop in 2020 of 18% in comparison with the identical interval final yr, pushed by the consequences of Covid-19, 2021 was already a yr of exponential development for Garland, which then elevated its turnover by 29%. The Garland Group has recorded a median annual development of 6.4% since 2019.

A big a part of the Garland Group’s turnover was obtained from its operations in Portugal. With a turnover within the nationwide territory of 129 M€ (89% of the full), the turnover within the nation grew 21% in comparison with 2021 and 31% in comparison with 2019.

In response to the corporate’s CEO, Mark Dawson, “with near 250 years, the Garland Group owes its longevity to its monetary solidity and the pliability with which it adapts to opposed moments, benefiting from them to develop. , we by no means stopped investing in our logistics park and in our technological improvement”.

The pinnacle of the Garland Group additionally provides that, throughout essentially the most essential part of the pandemic, “the group knew easy methods to stand alongside its workers, companions and suppliers, in search of to mitigate the consequences of this disaster for everybody. This manner of being implies that our numerous companions are our first ambassadors, serving to us to develop”.

Progress in all enterprise areas

Final yr, the Garland Group recorded development in all areas of enterprise.

Garland Logistics was the group’s quickest rising firm. The variety of pickings grew by 14% in comparison with 2021, from 7.8 to eight.9 million and pallet storage elevated from 336,500 to 519,000 (54% extra).

The Group’s transport corporations – Garland Transport Options and Garland Maroc, moved 684,000 tons by truck, 4% greater than in 2021, and 1,170 tons by air, a rise of 11% in comparison with the identical interval.

Garland Delivery (in Portugal and Spain as an entire) grew by 1% in comparison with 2021, managing 505 ships and dealing with 55,000 TEUS. It ought to be recalled that the Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted maritime freight providers, resulting in cancellations, port delays, and shortages of containers.

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