Rabelink Logistics, located in Wehl, will take over Gesink Transport as of the new year. With this deal all approximately 140 employees of Gesink will also be transferred, as well as the more than 100 trucks and 115 trailers. The current owner Arno Gesink will remain in office during the integration period of three years to ensure a smooth transition for employees and customers.
Another step towards sustainability - and no small one: all German branches of the HUETTEMANN GROUP now obtain their electricity from renewable energy sources. The supply contract of the central energy supplier was changed in April and takes effect retroactively from the beginning of the year.
It took about half a year, and now the results of the filming with Jungheinrich at the Isernhagen site can be seen. In the reference film, Jörg Weißenborn, who is responsible for IT and technology on site, explains how Jungheinrich products are used by Huettemann Logistics.
This year Rabelink is again one of the hundred best logistics companies in the Netherlands - with an improved position.
The newly founded logistics network "New Silk Road Network" has now published an interview with HUETTEMANN Managing Director Manfred Köhler. The interview deals with the history of the company as well as current topics such as the effects of the Covid 19 pandemic.
The HUETTEMANN GROUP is a founding member of the New Silk Road Network, which plans end-to-end solutions in land-based China traffic.
Rabelink Logistics, based in Wehl, the Netherlands, has taken over the activities of Leusink Logistics. The logistics service provider from Gaanderen filed for insolvency on 18 February. Just three days later, the Dutch HUETTEMANN subsidiary Rabelink was able to close a deal with the insolvency administrator Eef Steentjes from Juust Advocaten in Lichtenvoorde. The aim was to take over as many employees and customers of Leusink as possible during the process. In addition, part of the fleet will also go to Rabelink.
The HUETTEMANN subsidiary delog Logistics has grown to M+F Spedition at the turn of the year. Already in November, the approximately 30 employees of the consumer goods expert in Dorsten were informed of this decision. "For them, everything will remain the same, only the name will change," says M+F Managing Director Çetin Çelik. "By growing, we can exploit synergy potentials between the two subsidiaries, strengthen the M+F brand and expand our industry focus".
The Niederrheinische Mineraltransportgesellschaft (NMTG) is the first company in the HUETTEMANN GROUP to test liquefied natural gas as a drive concept. At the end of August, the tractor unit was handed over by Scania to the Group's holding company in Duisburg, since when it has been used for silo transport in the Ruhr area.
The Dutch HUETTEMANN subsidiary Rabelink Logistics has been expanding its headquarters in Wehl since today's Tuesday and is investing around seven million euros in the expansion of the freight forwarding terminal. The plans include crossdock, long goods handling and warehouses connected to the terminal. A further 2.5 million euros are being invested in the expansion of the company's own fleet.
Rabelink Logistics, the Dutch subsidiary of the HUETTEMANN GROUP, has been awarded the "Lean and Green Star" first class. The coveted award is part of a sustainability programme and aims to reduce CO2 emissions.
The HUETTEMANN GROUP, headquartered in Duisburg, increases its consolidated total turnover in the 2017 financial year to around 132 million euros and achieves growth of 7 per cent. "The result has also developed well," says Klaus Hüttemann, Managing Partner of the logistics group. "We are now further expanding our capacities."
The eHighway technology, also known as overhead cable, is considered to be a short-term practicable and promising solution in terms of sustainable freight transport on the streets. Similar to a classic tram, tractor units for trucks are therefore equipped with electric current collectors which are fold up at exitting the electrified route and the then necessary switching to conventional diesel mode.
The HUETTEMANN GROUP is participating in a pilot project for heavy trucks with electric drive. The German government is investing around 16.8 million euros in the construction of a test track for overhead line trucks in Baden-Württemberg. In 2020, the first journeys will start on a section of the B462 in the Murgtal.
British withdrawal from the EU will make trade with the British Isles more expensive and complicated, but it may also offer a new opportunity. This is the assumption of M+F Spedition. The Nordhorn-based company makes more than a quarter of its turnover with transports to England.
Rabelink Logistics, a company of the HUETTEMANN GROUP, has been taking over additional logistics services in Romania since May. Furthermore, the new company Rabelink Transport S.R.L. has been established in the area. It executes transport logistics solutions throughout Europe.
RABELINK LOGISTICS B.V., THE DUTCH CORPORATION OF THE HUETTEMANN GROUP, HAS NOW BEEN LABELED BEST PARTNER OF THE YEAR 2015 BY THE GENERAL CARGO COOPERATIVE CTL.
MORE AND MORE COMPANIES UTILIZE THE LOGISTICS SERVICES OF THE HUETTEMANN GROUP. TWO CURRENT PROJECTS.
LOGISTICS OF TOYS MADE IN NORDHORN: MTW TOYS GERMANY AND JAKKS PACIFIC GERMANY NOW CONFIDE IN THE EXPERTISE OF M + F HAULAGE COMPANY AS WELL.
Doetinchem/Duisburg, 21st of September 2016. For 25 years exactly, Rabelink has been the Dutch subsidiary of the Duisburg HUETTEMANN GROUP, logistics partner of Intersnack. Rabelink manages the entire European supply chain on everything pertaining to the nut for the food producer.
The Merkel - Wetzel Logistics GmbH based in Kuppenheim, Baden changed its name to HUETTEMANN Logistics GmbH from now on. The background to this is the merger of the two subsidiaries that belong to the HUETTEMANN GROUP. “Through the closer integration in the HUETTEMANN GROUP, we expect a positive impetus for the business development“, states managing partner Klaus Hüttemann.
Duisburg, 26th of October 2016. The HUETTEMANN GROUP, with its headquarters in Duisburg, celebrates 60 years of existence this year. The family business has successfully established itself as an innovative logistics specialist on the market and employs about 715 staff members at 25 locations throughout Europe.
Nordhorn/Gildehaus, 25th of August 2016. In mid-August, the M+F haulage company inaugurated their new logistics terminal. The Toy Distribution Center 9 is located in Gildehaus in the town of Bad Bentheim. The M + F haulage company has already been running one of the biggest logistics centres for toys in Europe in nearby Nordhorn. With the newly contructed building, the HUETTEMANN subsidiary has now virtually doubled its capacities in this field.
The super lorry, also known as the Longer Heavier Vehicle, has been causing a stir for almost ten years. Shippers call for it in particular because of its greater capacity, while citizens’ movements and also the Green Party vilify it as the “monster truck”. In Baden-Württemberg, the Green/Red state government now seems to be moving towards the logistics industry. Back in 2006, Professor Michael Schröder also played a decisive role in the first comprehensive calculation study – which was commissioned by Kombiverkehr, Frankfurt.
In January, Rabelink Logistics, the HUETTEMANN GROUP’s Dutch subsidiary, opened its new transshipment terminal. At the same time, the company also relocated its head office to the new site. The HUETTEMANN GROUP has invested around 6.5 million euros in the new building.
On 6 February of this year, the HUETTEMANN GROUP appointed former Site Manager Çetin Çelik the new Managing Director of M + F Spedition GmbH. Forty-year-old Çelik will manage the Nordhorn-based logistics service provider together with Managing Director Manfred Köhler.
The HUETTEMANN GROUP, based in Duisburg, has taken over the contract logistics and freight forwarding business of delog delsing logistik-spedition GmbH with effect from 1 January 2015 as part of an asset deal. All 25 employees of the two sites in Dorsten and Dortmund will be kept on. Both parties have agreed not to reveal the costs of the transaction.
The internationally-active HUETTEMANN GROUP is expanding its activities in the Hamburg metropolitan region: At the end of November, the logistics service provider moved into a state-of-the-art multi-user logistics centre in Ahrensburg in the state of Schleswig-Holstein.
Since August of this year, the HUETTEMANN GROUP has been responsible for all of writing-instrument specialist edding’s logistics. The complex outsourcing project encompasses the warehousing and distribution of all edding products, and is now focused on two warehouse locations in the Hanover region.
Rabelink Logistics, the Dutch subsidiary of the HUETTEMANN GROUP, has begun construction of its new forwarding terminal. The new facility is being built in Wehl, just a few kilometres from Rabelink’s headquarters in Doetinchem. The HUETTEMANN GROUP is investing around 6.5 million euros in the new building.