Ermewa Group becomes Streem
Streem has today been unveiled as the new name and brand identity of a leading global player of the freight railcar and tank containers leasing industries.
Previously called Ermewa Group, Streem specializes in designing, optimizing, financing and managing strategic assets for the global supply chain, offering customers safe, cost-efficient and environment-friendly asset solutions. With offices in more than 40 locations and more than 1,300 employees, Streem’s business is conducted through five complementary service offerings: Ermewa, which owns more than 45,000 freight wagons across Europe; Inveho workshops, for wagon maintenance and construction in France and Germany; Eurotainer, Raffles Lease, and DEMI, for the tank containers activity. Eurotainer and Raffles Lease together own more than 80,000 ISO tank containers worldwide, while DEMI is a dedicated tank container depot activity for maintenance and storage.
David Zindo, Chief Executive Officer of Streem, declared: “The evolution of the Ermewa Group brand is a key strategic shift. Streem reflects a global vision to reaffirm our market leadership and put our values at the heart of our discourse. This new name reflects the fluidity, the dynamism, and the unity of our group, with all of us driven by a common vision. Our new signature, “Enabling the future of freight”, supports our common ambition to offer the best sustainable solutions to our clients. Streem gives us a new identity that looks to the future, where innovation rhymes with leadership, and reliability with sustainability.”
For the last 18 months, thanks to our talented teams and our new shareholders, we have accelerated our development, with the modernization of our fleet, always combining security and environmental performance, and we continue to bring innovation to the freight industry. As Streem, we aim at doubling our revenues by 2030, while actively contributing to the carbon neutrality agenda.”