1959 : Creation of the transport branch Marc Lainé Laboratories, specialising in paharmaceutical distribution in the west of France.
1972 : Creation of TRANSLAB, the transport branch of CSP, France’s leading pharmaceutical depositary site, to ensure quality and service conforming to pharmaceutical industrial normes.
2004 : The transport branch of Marc Lainé Laboratories specialises in pharmaceutical transport.
2009 : Collaboration between TRANSLAB and Marc Lainé forming a network with controlled temperature +2°C/+8°C.
2011 : 1st march; Creation of EUROTRANSPHARMA with the takeover of TRANSLAB and Marc Lainé Laboratories.
2011 : 10 may; Industrial agreement of cooperation, taking effect from the 1st june 2011 between the specialists paharmaceutical carriers EUROTRANSPHARMA and Trans-O-Flex Thermomed.
2011: 1st october; Takeover of Dufour Montargis, specialist in pharmaceutical transport at controled temperature based in the center of France.
March 2012 : Inauguration of ETP offices in Rennes for the ditribution in west France.
Avril 2012 : Foundations laid for the new Hub ETP Paris.
June 2012 : Launching of the transport network at controlled temperature +15°C +25°C.
July 2012 : Foundations laid for the new regional offices in Bordeaux responsable for the distribution in the south west of France.
2013 : Construction and opening of ETP offices in Angers and Aix en Provence.
2014 : Construction and opening of ETP head office in Arras.
2014 : 2nd september; Takeover of Ciblex from Geodis, specialising in express parcel delivery.
2015 : Launching of the extension for controled temperature 15-25°C at the hub ETP Paris.
2015 : Creation of SamLineHaul transport company.
2016 : Introduction of PDA into the ETP network.
2016 : Creation of Skandi Loc, vehicule hire company.
2017 : Takeover of CISO Transport which becomes Eurotranspharma Netherlands.
2020 : 19 Juin 2020, WALDEN Group (ex-EHDH) finalizes the acquisition of Movianto (ex-Owens et Minor Group); WALDEN becomes the leading pharmaceutical logistics and transport player in Europe.