Animation celebrates major milestones

20 October, 23
As part of its ‘Decade of Growth’ celebrations Europa Worldwide Group has launched a short animation celebrating its achievements over the past 10 years, since its acquisition by transport entrepreneur, Andrew Baxter.

As part of its ‘Decade of Growth’ celebrations Europa Worldwide Group has launched a short animation celebrating its achievements over the past 10 years, since its acquisition by transport entrepreneur, Andrew Baxter.

Andrew acquired Europa in August 2013, when the company employed just 400 people across nine UK branches and one international site in Hong Kong. Today, the business turns over £302m, an increase of 400 per cent and employs more than 1,400 people across 30 sites globally.

The video takes you on a journey of the company’s major milestones over the past 10 years.

Andrew said: “When I took the business on, I had a vision of what was most important to customers. To establish an organisation that delivered this, the company needed people and facilities in place to optimise operational quality, provide best in class customer service, and deliver it all at a fair price.

Europa has consistently proven itself to be an innovator and disruptor in the logistics sector, staying ahead of the curve to adapt to new challenges.

He adds: “At the core of this business, there is a team who works tirelessly to seek out new business, solve customer challenges and create a good-natured working environment for those around them,” concludes Andrew. “As we continue to adapt, evolve and innovate, I am grateful for what we have achieved and look forward to entering our second Decade of Growth.”

Europa Worldwide Group is an ambitious independent logistics operator with three divisions, Europa Road, Europa Air & Sea, and Europa Warehouse. The group employs over 1,400 people with 30 international sites in the UK, the Republic of Ireland, Europe, Hong Kong, China and the UAE. The global operator reported a record turnover of £302m for the last 12 months, as of August 2022, and remains on track with its ambitious investment programme.

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