Merry Christmas

Dear clients and business partners,

Unfortunately, the COVID 19 pandemic continued to dominate our lives in 2021.

While Europe has meanwhile managed to cope with the challenges of the pandemic, there are, as we know, very many countries in the world where vaccine doses, let alone food or drinking water, are not available in sufficient quality and quantity. Therefore, this year we would like to focus on those who lack the basic necessities for survival.

The effects of global climate change are being felt particularly strongly by the people of Malawi. Extreme weather events and long periods of drought destroy local harvests and result in extremely high food prices for the local population.

In times of climate change, livestock farming can improve the food supply and generate a regular income for the people involved in agriculture in Malawi.

This year, we have therefore decided to forego all Christmas events, greetings and presents and instead enable people in Malawi to start raising goats.

Within the framework of the project, participants are given training by expert instructors each receiving a basic stock of 4 nanny goats and a buck for livestock breeding. This enables the people to contribute to the local food supply and, at the same time, secure their livelihood.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you very much for your cooperation and trust. At the same time, we wish you and your loved ones a very happy, joyful and peaceful Christmas, as well as relaxing holidays, and the best of health for the coming year 2022.

Loss Prevention Conference 2021

On 07 October 2021, our Managing Director Franz Kasten gave a presentation on typical damage patterns in rail transports on the Silk Road from China to Western Europe at the Loss Prevention Conference of the German Insurance Association (GDV). If you are interested in this topic, please contact us.

Happy Easter

We wish you and your families a happy Easter and a sunny springtime.

Enjoy the Easter holidays and stay healthy.

Symposium "Requirements in pharmaceutical logistics"

On 23 September 2020 our managing director Franz Kasten will give a lecture at the symposium "Requirements in pharmaceutical logistics" in Berlin.

We are there for you as usual

We would like to inform you about how we are handling the current situation.

We take our responsibility for the health of our employees very seriously. In order to continue to be there for you in this extraordinary situation, we are currently working from home. Please be assured that our team will handle your requests in the usual manner.

You can still reach us at any time by telephone or e-mail. In urgent cases, please call us on our emergency line 0421/59834-0 or contact

We wish you and your families all the best.