The Schnellecke Group is an internationally operating family-owned company that offers a variety of logistics services. From its small beginnings in Wolfsburg more than 80 years ago, Schnellecke has developed into a globally operating company. Schnellecke is still owned by the family. Today, it is the third generation who manages the company from Wolfsburg.
With our logistics and production divisions, we cover substantial parts of the supply chain for companies all over the world. Our portfolio is supplemented by the planning and construction of logistics real estate.
Working deaf in logistics? Our employee at the Düsseldorf site is the best example that this works.
Logtrans Spedition und Logistik GmbH has completely transferred its business operations to Schnellecke Transportlogistik GmbH as of 01.04.2021. The business of both companies will thus be combined in Schnellecke Transportlogistik GmbH in the future.
"We don't want to replace humans with machines, but bring about stronger and better collaboration and interaction between the two." Our Vice President Group IT & Digitization Karsten Keil talks about this in the podacst. Listen in!
Is the supplier's truck on time when there is black ice outside? Which route exactly does an employee take when picking? When exactly does an autonomous towing vehicle have to pick up the route train? Which container is currently located where?
On February 10 at 12:10 p.m., Sven Wosny, managing director of GS Fleetcontrol, will speak about automated logistics with automated guided vehicles. Drop by, participation in the digital event is free of charge.
Franziska Dietze successfully passed her dual study program "Logistics Management in Practice" in January 2021. Congratulations on her successful bachelor's degree.
Schnellecke has once again been recognized as a top employer.
Would you like to know more about the Schnellecke Group's sustainability policy?
Schnellecke is responsible for the in-house logistics for a worldwide leading manufacturer of power semiconductors in Dresden.
Christmas is less than two months away. Without question, the Christmas season will be different this year, perhaps less contemplative or marked by sorrow. It's hard to imagine that many children in the world feel this way every year.