For 70 years the name “LE ROY” has been associated with the world of transport and logistics. Three successive generations have ensured the family business continues to innovate and maintain its considerable share of an ever-changing market. Today, LE ROY Logistique is developing facilities in its native Brittany and in the east of France in order to meet the demands of ever-increasing transport volumes.
The first of these is in the Breton town of Melgven where LE ROY Logistique has opened a new agency devoted to its partner CHEP, world leader in pallet and container management. CHEP will be responsible for collecting, delivering, sorting, storing and repairing pallets in the department of Finistère. An automated process has been deployed on both sites to enhance and optimise production.
What’s more, the agency is considering an increase to its workforce. Six new jobs should be created in the coming months, including sales staff and freighters. This new workforce will allow the company to administrate new flows and counter flows in the region, and to offer new rates to its local customers.
In the east of France, it’s the Champigneulles agency near Nancy which has had its workforce strengthened. To date, the agency comprised a staff of two dedicated to the logistics of a specific customer. With the arrival of its first freighter, the agency now has the resources to undertake transport operations in the region, thus replacing the old site at Saint-Dié.
About the LE ROY Group
Today the LE ROY Group is one of the top 50 transport providers in France (Officiel des transporteurs) and number 24 of France logistics providers (Logistique magazine). The group covers the entire country through a network of 26 sites located in France’s major economic areas, such as Paris, Lyon, Bordeaux, Toulouse, Rennes, Nantes, Avignon, and Lille. More than 500 staff drive the group’s development on a daily basis.