Redspher is proud to announce 300 million of turnover in 2018. The entities that groups together Flash, Easy4Pro, Easy2Go, Upela, XGut, and Yoctu. The company has achieved a major point of growth, as also the International Transport Journal reports. Philippe Higelin, the CEO of the company, expressed its satisfaction for Redspher’s achievements. “We are proud of the fact that we already met our 2020 target in 2018. It was an amazing

Redspher organic growth keeps going and the International Transport journal wrote about our results.  “The Flash group is bundling the independent companies and start-ups that it acquired and established in recent years in the Redspher group.” The company includes Flash Europe International, Schwerdtfeger Transport, Upela, Easy2Go, Easy4Pro, Genius Academay, Easy2Trace, und Yoctu. Start-ups acquisitions together with organic growth helped the company reach a turnover of EUR 258 million in 2017. A

Redspher CEO Philippe Higelin talks about Flash and all the entities of the group on Supply Chain Digital.  Everything started in 1981 in Metz, when Flash was established as a courier service for urgent transports. Now, in 2018, it became Redspher and also Schwerdtfeger Transport, Easy4Pro,, Easy2Go, Upela, Easy2Trace, GeniusAcademy and YOCTU activities were aggregated under Redspher. It now deals with all aspects connected to on-demand delivery in modern supply chain. Its offer goes

Flash Europe International has been named as ‘One to Watch’ in Europe in a list of business excellence published by the European Business Awards. The Flash Group was chosen as it demonstrates exceptional achievement in one of the 12 European Business Awards categories and reflects the programme’s core values of innovation, success and ethics. The ‘Ones to Watch’ for 34 countries across Europe can be found at Adrian Tripp, CEO of