Traxgo puts turbo on growth with new acquisition

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Traxgo zet turbo op groei met nieuwe overname

As an ISO-certified company, Traxgo offers a unique total package for optimising business processes with its own platform to collect real-time information via track and trace, on the one hand, and by offering business software to support customer growth, on the other hand.

A new milestone in this success story is the acquisition of the Antwerp company "Track & Trace". Traxgo is such an example of Flemish resilience.

Traxgo was founded in 2003 by Bart Cappon, Managing Director. Driven by new developments and the further expansion of the team, Traxgo was recognised in 2015 as a growing company. After integrating a software company into its core business in 2018, Traxgo was nominated to be a Trends Gazelle for West Flanders in early 2020. With the new acquisition, Traxgo confirms its ambitions and goes into warp speed concerning its future growth.

The "Track & Trace" company has also managed to achieve an impressive track record in recent years. The company, which is mainly active in the region of Antwerp and Limburg, uses a ready-made solution to achieve extensive automation of business processes and has built up an attractive and high-quality customer portfolio over the years thanks to its strong reputation.

Strategic acquisition

'The "Track & Trace" activities tie in seamlessly with those of Traxgo. In addition, our companies are complementary in terms of expertise and geographical spread. This acquisition fits perfectly into our long-term strategy and is therefore a logical step in our further evolution' says Bart Cappon. Wim Vrints, "Track & Trace" Director, strengthens the team as Sales & Business Development Manager. 'As a part of Traxgo, our customers are assured of a further professional and results-oriented service. The fact that we can join in the continuation of this fascinating growth story is a nice sequel to our many years of work'.

'Traxgo looks to the future confidently and will continue to invest in technological developments, structure, and organisation in order to consolidate its growth' concludes fellow partners Frederik Depuydt and Rudy Vuylsteke.

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