DENMARK: Sophus Berendsen Buys Hovo-de-Maas Workwear
Danish textile services firm Sophus Berendsen revealed on Monday it had acquired Dutch workwear rental company Hovo-de-Maas for an undisclosed sum. Berendsen, which employs more than 800 people in the Netherlands, said in a statement that Hovo-de-Maas has annual sales of around 2.2 million euros and launders and rents out workwear to nearly 500 customers in the industrial area around Rotterdam.
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