ING Corporate Investments participates in EuroscanNovember 21, 2013
Heerlen – Euroscan, a global solution provider for data recording and real time monitoring in Food and Pharmaceuticals transportation announces that ING Corporate Investments b.v., a subsidiary of ING, a global financial institution, has acquired a minority stake in the company. Euroscan b.v. was founded in Heerlen, The Netherlands.
Since November 13th, Euroscan has a strong partner on board. The management board of Euroscan, Ron Quaedvlieg and Mark Lippel said “ING Corporate Investments provides us know-how and financial resources to support our ambitious growth plans. We are very happy with the support of a strong financial institution as ING.”
Jan Willem Nieuwenhuize, who led the investment for ING Corporate Investments: “We are excited to become a minority stakeholder in Euroscan, with its unique product and market position and its excellent management team.”
About ING Corporate Investments
ING is a global financial institution of Dutch origin, offering banking, investments, life insurance and retirement services to meet the needs of a broad customer base. Going forward, ING will concentrate on its position as an international retail, direct and commercial bank, while creating an optimal base for an independent future for its insurance and investment management operations. ING Corporate Investments is a provider of mezzanine and equity financing to companies in the Benelux region. Its focus is on providing financial solutions for growth investments, buy-outs, (partial) exits, balance sheet optimization and a range of other opportunities.
Euroscan, since its start 20 years ago is today one of the most important providers of total solutions for data recording and real time monitoring in the transport sector. The fully integrated transport & logistics systems are utilized worldwide by leading multinationals in (fast) food and pharmaceutical industry as well as for security transport. To support and service its global customers, Euroscan has companies in Europe, USA, South America and Asia Pacific.