Google has been getting a lot of press lately about its plans to merge with logistics company Hollingsbury.
The deal has raised eyebrows in the tech world, but the company has been quietly moving ahead with its plans.
According to a new report from Bloomberg, Google has begun to implement some of the moves.
Hollingsborough, which has been selling logistics goods since 2002, has long been a leader in logistics logistics products.
But this deal is reportedly the largest in its history, according to Bloomberg, with the merger expected to result in a total of at least $1.3 billion in revenue by 2020.
Hollingworth, which was founded in 1984 and is based in Massachusetts, had previously been looking to expand its product portfolio, including the sale of cargo containers and truck beds.
But Hollersborough said last year that it planned to focus on selling logistics services, including logistics services for warehousing and logistics services to deliver goods.
The company was already one of the largest logistics companies in the U.S., and had also been working with logistics companies to improve its technology and infrastructure.
Holidays timeline of activity.
The timeline below is not necessarily indicative of the completion of this deal, but is intended to give you an idea of how things are progressing.
Hoping to capitalize on the momentum generated by the recent Google acquisition, Hollies announced that it had raised $300 million in cash and cash equivalents to finance the deal.
The fund is led by John W. Giannini, a former head of Google’s consumer products unit.
The funds are expected to be fully utilized by Hollys logistics operations by the end of 2019.