In fast moti­on: The histo­ry of 24plus logistics network

Scroll down the time­li­ne and fol­low the evo­lu­ti­on of 24plus.

 

2020
2020

2020

2020
Peter Bau­mann reti­res and the manage­ment is now sole­ly in the hands of his suc­ces­sor Ste­fan Rehmet.
2019
2019

2019

2019
For 20 years, 24plus logistics net­work has been pre­sen­ting its­elf at the trans­port logistic in Munich. The novel­ty of this con­ven­ti­on appearan­ce: For the first time, the LCL coope­ra­ti­ons 24plus and ONLINE Sys­tem­lo­gis­tik are sharing a booth at the inter­na­tio­nal­ly lea­ding con­ven­ti­on. One sub­ject of con­ver­sa­ti­on at the tra­de fair is that 24plus has exten­ded the com­pa­ny manage­ment to inclu­de Ste­fan Rehmet.
2018
2018

2018

The­re are two 20th anni­ver­s­a­ries to be cele­bra­ted: Peter Bau­mann has held the posi­ti­on of mana­ging direc­tor for two deca­des and the com­pa­ny maga­zi­ne 24plusPunkte has been publis­hed for as many years.
2017
2017

2017

2017
Azu­bi Exchang©e, the trai­nee exchan­ge pro­gram­me of the LCL coope­ra­ti­on 24plus, is beco­m­ing lar­ger and more inter­na­tio­nal than ever befo­re. 19 Ger­man and six Euro­pean part­ners have agreed to take on the trai­nees of other 24plus part­ners for an internship that lasts several weeks.
2016
2016

2016

2016
24plus cele­bra­tes its 20th anni­ver­s­a­ry. Over two deca­des, the initi­al­ly pure­ly Ger­man pro­duct coope­ra­ti­on for LCL has deve­lo­ped into a Euro­­pe-wide, area-covering net­work that offers holistic value-added ser­vices to its partners.
2014
2014

2014

24plus intro­du­ces the new pro­duct Speed­ti­me Inter­na­tio­nal next­Day. The ser­vice inclu­des the deli­very of LCL ship­ments of up to 1,000 kilo­grams on the day fol­lowing its depar­tu­re at the ship­ping part­ner. It is avail­ab­le in Ger­ma­ny, Aus­tria, Switz­er­land (24 hour run­ning time sub­ject to cus­toms clearan­ce), Den­mark, the Czech Repu­blic, Slo­va­kia, Slo­ve­nia and the Bene­lux coun­tries. In Novem­ber 2014, the boards of the for­war­ding coope­ra­ti­ons 24plus Sys­tem­ver­keh­re GmbH & Co. KG and ONLINE Sys­tem­lo­gis­tik für Spe­di­ti­on und Ser­vice GmbH announ­ce that both coope­ra­ti­ons are going to stra­te­gi­cal­ly work tog­e­ther in the future in order to crea­tu­re syn­er­gies for both LCL networks.
2012
2012

2012

2012
24plus puts a new VPN into ope­ra­ti­on. Its basis is a high­ly secu­re and high­ly avail­ab­le MPLS solu­ti­on. The data net trans­ports ship­ment data, POD data and geo data.
2009
2009

2009

2009
On Sep­tem­ber 1, 2009, the inter­na­tio­nal logistics group GEFCO beco­mes 24plus’ new part­ner for Fran­ce. Also in 2009, 24plus wel­co­mes the Non-Ves­­sel Ope­ra­ting Com­mon Car­ri­er (NVOCC) Ecu-Line (today: ECU WORLDWIDE) as asso­cia­ted part­ner for inter­na­tio­nal sea freight busi­ness. Ther­eby, 24plus is the first Ger­man LCL coope­ra­ti­on to enter into such a clo­se part­ners­hip with a sea freight carrier.
2008
2008

2008

2008
The main event of the year 2008 is the expan­si­on of the cen­tral hub in Hauneck. It is expan­ded from 3,850 to 5,200 squa­re metres of cross-docking area. Sin­ce then, the hub has been equip­ped to hand­le peaks of over 1,000 ton­nes per shift.
2007
2007

2007

In May of 2007, 24plus fina­li­ses the pro­ject “Ship­ment Tracking of the Second Genera­ti­on”, which began in 2006. The final pie­ce: All part­ners now feed PODs for every packa­ge into a new cen­tral archi­ve, almost in real-time. The tam­­per-pro­­of PODs are acces­si­ble mere minu­tes after deli­very in the form of PDFs.
2005
2005

2005

2005
New 24plus part­ners make Scan­di­na­via, Poland, the Czech Repu­blic and Slo­va­kia accessible.
2003
2003

2003

2003
In order to con­trol pro­cu­re­ment logistics, 24plus intro­du­ces the inter­­net-based tool 24plus Pro­log for the ent­i­re LCL net.
2002
2002

2002

The cen­tral hub in Hauneck gains sup­port by means of two regio­nal hubs in Nort­hern and Sou­thern Germany.
2001
2001

2001

2001
The sys­tem part­ner Lager­max from Aus­tria is wel­co­med, who­se loca­ti­on in Salz­burg now func­tions as both Eas­tern and South-eas­­tern Euro­pe hub of the group.
2000
2000

2000

2000
With the ope­ning of the new cen­tral hub in Hauneck on Janu­a­ry 2, 2000, the Euro­­pe-wide expan­si­on of the hither­to natio­nal net­work begins. With VTE from Dut­ch Ven­lo (today under the legal name of KLG Euro­pe), the first for­eign sys­tem part­ner joins the 24plus net.
1999
1999

1999

1999
24plus is one of the first LCL pro­vi­ders to intro­du­ce deli­very scanning.
1998
1998

1998

1998
The cus­to­mer and staff maga­zi­ne 24plusPunkte is publis­hed for the first time. The inter­net age begins: 24plus enters the net. 24plus intro­du­ces its first pre­mi­um pro­duct, “24plus Speed”, to the mar­ket. Becau­se the hub will not meet the requi­re­ments of the fore­see­ab­le future, the group con­cep­tua­li­ses a new hub and buys 47,500 squa­re metres of land area in Hauneck.
1996
1996

1996

32 Ger­man qua­li­ty for­war­ders come tog­e­ther in order to rea­li­se a joint LCL net. Key decisi­ons are made, which will later turn out to be sus­tainab­le fac­tors for suc­cess: An EDI-clea­­ring is deve­lo­ped, which acts as a trans­la­ti­on ser­vice for the data exchan­ge bet­ween the for­war­ders. The legal aspects of the coope­ra­ti­on are agreed upon: As many sys­tem part­ners as pos­si­ble are to con­tri­bu­te to the suc­cess of the 24plus net­work as shareholders.

24plus Systemverkehre

GmbH & Co. KG

Blaue Lie­de 12
36282 Hauneck-Unter­haun
Ger­ma­ny
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