Hellman Worldwide Logistics

Hellman Worldwide Logistics

Hellmann Worldwide Logistics was founded in 1871 by Carl Heinrich Hellmann, using a horse-drawn cart to deliver parcels in and around the town of Osnabruck in northern Germany. Four generations later, Hellmann is a company with a worldwide network of nearly 20,000 workers in over 400 branches in over 160 countries. Hellman provides specialized services that target the logistics challenges of specific sectors: Agricultural Logistics, Automotive Logistics, Beverage Logistics, Cruise Logistics, Fashion Logistics, Healthcare Logistics, Hi-Tech Logistics, Marine Solutions, Perishable Logistics, Project Cargo and Renewable Energy.

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13 Apr 2018
In 2017, the strengthening global economy increased business volumes and freight rates — boosting Top 50 third-party logistics providers’ revenue, while fueling niche mergers and acquisitions.
15 Mar 2016
The drive to automate the freight rate process took another step forward with Hellmann Worldwide Logistics announcing a global roll-out of the Freightos rate management and auto-quote system and M.E. Dey & Co. implementing the CargoSphere rate platform.
12 Apr 2013
Hellmann Worldwide Logistics has launched a less-than-containerload service offering for sea freight shipments.
28 Mar 2012
European antitrust officials on Wednesday fined 13 of the world’s largest logistics companies, including Kuehne + Nagel, Panalpina and UPS, a total of $225 million for fixing international air c