Company One company for many routes.

Logistics and intermodal transport – to the destination with seamless performance. Having grown substantially over the years and now set up for the future, neska provides a wide range of services. No matter the goods to be transported, a comprehensive network at important node points and fast connections by land and water create an efficient transport chain – neska knows where.


Quality always has a history.

 

2015

HGK Häfen und Güterverkehr Köln AG acquired the full Imperial Logistics International shareholding in neska GmbH
2015

From Imperial Logistics International B.V. & Co. KG neska acquired shares in Rhein-Ruhr Bulk Terminal GmbH, Rhein-Ruhr Terminal Gesellschaft für Güterumschlag mbH, Krefelder Container Terminal GmbH, Danes Containertrucking, Alcotrans B.V. and Alcotrans GmbH
2010

Receipt of the "Authorised Economic Operator" (AEO-F) customs status, which included the following companies: CTS, dbt, DCH, neska GmbH for its locations Düsseldorf, Cologne and Mannheim, uct Dormagen
2006

Formation of the neska branch in Bingen
2005

Acquisition of Pohl & Co. GmbH registered in Hamburg and with branches in Berlin, Dresden and Cologne as well as an involvement in Lübeck
2003

With effect from 1 August 2003, neska expeditiebedrijf in Antwerp acquired the D&VD Group registered in Sint Job in't Goor
2000

Acquisition of the company Keutmann & Hennemann in Krefeld
1999

Imperial Holdings Limited from Edenvale in South Africa acquired various company shareholdings in nestrans Logistik GmbH from ThyssenKrupp Materials & Services AG.
Registered office: Duisburg, Kasteelstr. 2
Shareholders in neska:
Imperial Logistics International GmbH & Co. KG (65%)
Harpen Transport AG (35%)
1998

Joint venture with VTG Lehnkering and establishment of the uct container trans-shipment terminal in Dormagen
1998

Joint venture with VTG Lehnkering and establishment of the Duisburg bulk terminal in Duisburg
1996

Takeover of Luva Lagerungs- und Verpackungs-GmbH in Duisburg
1993

Introduction of a Quality Management System at neska
1991

Logistics activities in the Krupp Group were integrated under the umbrella of nestrans Logistik GmbH.
Registered office: Duisburg
Shareholders:
nestrans Logistik GmbH (65%)
Harpen Transport AG (35%)
1990

Partial acquisition of the shareholdings of Knoche & Barth Vereinigte Speditions GmbH (25%) and Krupp Handel GmbH (50%) by Krupp Lonrho GmbH, Harpen AG extended its shareholding from 25% to 35%
1985

Sale of the SHV Vermögensverwaltungsgesellschaft shareholding (50%) to Knoche & Barth Vereinigte Speditions GmbH (25%) and Harpen AG (25%); Krupp Handel GmbH retains the remainder (50%)
1983

Formation of CTS Container-Terminal GmbH in Cologne

1982

Amendment of legal form into a GmbH
Registered office: Düsseldorf
Shareholders:
SHV Vermögensverwaltungsgesellschaft (50%)
Krupp Handel GmbH (50%)

1968

Change of name to neska Schiffahrts- und Speditionskontor AG

1932

Amendment of legal form into a public limited company and change of name to neska Niederrheinisches Schiffahrtskontor AG

Registered office: Cologne
Shareholder:
neska Niederländisches Schiffahrtskontor GmbH
J. Wirtz & Co. Speditionsgesellschaft mbH

1925

Formation of neska Niederländische Schiffahrtskontor GmbH, Registered in Cologne.

 

Data & Facts

neska Schiffahrts- und Speditionskontor GmbH
Neumarkt 7-11
47119 Duisburg, Germany

Registered office:
Duisburg
Trade register entry:
HRB 5875 Duisburg District Court
Shareholder:
HGK Häfen und Güterverkehr Köln AG, Cologne
Management board:
Volker Seefeldt (Chairman), Kai Hansen
Key data 
Employees in 01/2016 680
of which apprentices 50
Number of locations 21
Storage space 
Total 1,100,000 m²
of which covered 280,000 m²

Competence across the board.

Performance at neska is regenerated each day anew due to the interplay between many specialists and the technically superior equipment at our locations. The whole is indeed more than the sum of its parts.

  • Duisburg Branch
    Management: Thomas Schymetzko
    Krefeld Branch
    Management: Peter Danes
    Düsseldorf Branch
    Management: Tobias Paesch
    Cologne Branch
    Management: Thomas Jägerberg
    Mannheim Branch
    Management: Alen Petrusic
  • DBT Duisburg Bulk Terminal GmbH,
    Duisburg
    uct Umschlag Container Terminal GmbH,
    with locations in Dormagen and Neuss
    Pohl & Co. GmbH
    with locations in Berlin, Dresden, Hamburg and Cologne
    neska Container Line B.V.
    Dordrecht
    KCT Krefelder Container Terminal GmbH
    Krefeld
    RRT Rhein-Ruhr Terminal GmbH
    Duisburg
    CTS Container-Terminal GmbH
    Cologne
    DCH Düsseldorfer Container-Hafen GmbH
    Düsseldorf