Spaarmann Logistics GmbH

Spaarmann Logistics

C. Spaarmann Logistics GmbH
Kurt-Rdiger-Mller-Str. 1
Forst (Lausitz)
D-03149
Germany
Mr. Admin
[email protected]
+49 3562 / 690-0
+49 3562 / 690-510
http://www.spaarmann.eu

Since the company was founded in 1836 until the enlargement of the European Union in 2004, C. Spaarmann was mainly active as a customs and cross-border transport company. Initiated in the mid-‘90s and successfully realised within one decade has become the greatest challenge in the history of the company. C. Spaarmann looks back at a successful development from a former family business which has been specialised in customs clearance between East and West to a medium-sized, international active forwarding and logistics company – with branches in Central and Eastern Europe, Russia and Central Asia. Since 2018, C. Spaarmann has been part of the globally operating Rhenus Group. This ensures a high-performance and secure future for customers and employees, especially regarding to the challenges of an advancing globalization. Join us on a journey and take a look at the history of the company.

Since the company was founded in 1836 until the enlargement of the European Union in 2004, C. Spaarmann was mainly active as a customs and cross-border transport company. Initiated in the mid-‘90s and successfully realised within one decade has become the greatest challenge in the history of the company. C. Spaarmann looks back at a successful development from a former family business which has been specialised in customs clearance between East and West to a medium-sized, international active forwarding and logistics company – with branches in Central and Eastern Europe, Russia and Central Asia. Since 2018, C. Spaarmann has been part of the globally operating Rhenus Group. This ensures a high-performance and secure future for customers and employees, especially regarding to the challenges of an advancing globalization. Join us on a journey and take a look at the history of the company.

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