Raben Group

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Raben Group is a Dutch logistics company group. Its operations include contract logistics, warehousing, international road forwarding, domestic distribution, sea and air freight, intermodal transport and logistics services for fresh products (Fresh Logistics).

The first company established by the Raben family started its operations in Meddo/Winterswijk, Netherlands in 1931. Now, Raben Group operates in 12 countries: Netherlands, Poland, Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Italy and employs approximately 10,000 people. It has a network of depots in Europe, over 1,150,000 m2 of warehouse space and ca. 8,000 means of transport.[citation needed]

Raben Group companies[edit]

  • Raben Polska
  • Raben Transport [1]
  • Fresh Logistics
  • Raben Logistics Czech
  • Raben Eesti
  • Raben Trans European Germany
  • Raben Trans European Hungary
  • Raben Latvia
  • Raben Lietuva
  • Raben Netherlands
  • Raben Logistics Slovakia
  • Raben Ukraine
  • Eli Lagerhaus
  • Fenthol & Sandtmann [2]
  • Raben Management Services
  • Spedition Weisshaupt
  • Peter Spedition
  • Spedition Balter und Zimmermann
  • Spedition Balter

History[edit]

  • 1931 - J.W. Raben founded a transport company in the Netherlands
  • 1960 - T. Raben took over the helm of the company
  • 1991 - E. Raben opened Raben company in Poland
  • 2002 - Fresh Logistics established in Poland
  • 2003 - Raben company opened in Ukraine
  • 2004 - Raben companies opened in LT, LV and EE
  • 2005 - German company BSV became a member of Raben Group
  • 2007 - Raben Sea&Air started
  • 2008 - Setto (a family company operating in the Czech Republic and Slovakia) joined Raben Group
  • 2010 - Raben Logistics Hungary established
  • 2010 - Czech company Transkam became a member of Raben Group
  • 2011 - Raben Group announces acquisition of German Road Network and operations in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia from Wincanton
  • 2012 - Raben Trans European Czech (previously Wincanton) and Transkam – Logistics were united under the company Raben Logistics Czech s.r.o.
  • 2013 - Moving the activities of Raben Sea & Air to Raben Polska and Raben Transport
  • 2013 - Fresh Logistics joined European Food Network
  • 2014 - Raben Logistic Germany, Raben Trans European Germany, Eli Transport are merged into Raben Trans European Germany GmbH
  • 2015 - HRL Eurocargo, Balter Group and Spedition Weisshaupt from Germany become a part of Raben Group
  • 2016 - Peter Spedition from Germany become a part of Raben Group
  • 2017 - Raben Romania opens
  • 2018 - Raben Trans European Germany

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