Transeast Logistics GmbH & Co.KG evolved since its founding in 2004 from a customs- and freight broker to a specialist provider of groupage- and spare part shipments from Western Europe to Russia.

 

The development of Transeast Logistics in brief:

  • 2004 Foundation
    Johann Altmann founded the company, which is located in the logistics center Großbeeren south of Berlin. The main business during the first month consisted of processing customs documents for east european truckers shipping goods to Russia.
  • 2005 Freight-procurement for baltic carriers
    Due to the EU accession of the Baltic countries, the baltic carriers were entitled to offer cross-border trucking within Western Europe since 2005. Based on this background Transeast Logistics procures freight for baltic carriers operating in Western Europe.
  • 2007 Full truck loads for Russian customers
    For Russian importers of equipment for restaurants and commercial kitchens Transeast Logistics organized the transport of goods from Western Europe to Moscow. In this case, all the merchandise on one truck belonged only to one customer.
  • 2010 Restructuring towards groupage
    The economic crisis of 2009 led to a realignment of the company. Groupage transports then became the focus of the offered services. Transeast Logistics now offers at least once a week a groupage truck from Berlin to Moscow.
  • 2012 Specialisation on spare parts
    For clients engaged in industrial goods Transeast Logistics provides customized transport solutions for the delivery of spare parts for Russian recipients.