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We started the construction of our new office in Poland.

Super proud on our whole team, both our drivers and our office colleagues in BY, DE, IE, MD, NL & PL. By working together with our top

TAPA-TSR 1 certified according 2020 standards.

As the first company in the world, Boekestijn Transport has successfully passed the audit according the new standards, which are in effect

Driver care

At the start of 2020, we have installed our wall of fame for drivers in all our locations around Europe. The best driver, with an extra-

Pharma supply chain problems during COVID19

Have gaps been created in your supply chain because of the COVID19 crisis? Governments and health care agencies across Europe are working

Working with social distance

Social distancing, the most powerful weapon of today. Everywhere in the world people & companies are challenged to adjust themselves to

Eu's COVID-19 border management

You can see the actual border delays here : Covid-19 border check EU's COVID-19 border management The coronavirus crisis has

Covid-19 Boekestijn Transport

We all know the saying, without transport everything stands still. Even when everything is locked down due to the COVID-19 virus, transport

IRU Logistics and Innovation

Boekestijn Transport was present on the IRU’s Logistics and Innovation Forum 2020. Together with other industry leaders and

New office in Poland for Boekestijn Transport

To facilitate our steady developing organization, we decided to acquire some plots of ground in the neighborhood of Poznan. Just 1

Boekestijn Liquid Pharma Logistics.

A new year means new challenges. After preparation for almost a year, we now succeeded in our first liquid pharma transport. As GDP

Increasing our fleet with 100 trucks

Together with some major (new) customers, we discussed the extension of our Trucking activities in Poland. The challenging business of

Compensating CO2 emission

In less than one year after we totally renovated our office in Mill, by placing 120 solar panels on the roof to compensate for our CO2