Branches with worldwide destinations
Branches (Up to 4 in which the company operates. So not the branches of their customers)
- Groupage by road
- Groupage by Sea/NVOCC
- Supply chain management
- Warehousing and distribution
|Abidjan Abu Dhabi Acajutla Adelaide Aden Apapa Asuncion Auckland Bahrain Balboa Baltimore Bangkok Banjul Barranquilla Batam Beira Belawan Bintulu Boston Brisbane Buenaventura Buenos Aires Busan Calcutta Callao Cape Town Cartagena Cebu Charleston Chennai (Madras) Chester Chicago Chittagong Cochin Colombo Conakry Corinto Cotonou Dakar Dalian Dammam Dar es Salaam Davao Djibouti Doha/Umm Said Douala Dubai Durban East London Freetown Fremantle Fuzhou Haikou Haiphong Havana Helsinki/Helsingfors Ho Chi Minh City Hodeidah Hong Kong Houston Huangpu Istanbul Jacksonville Jakarta Jeddah Kaohsiung Karachi Kingston Kobe Kota Kinabalu Kuching La Guaira Laem Chabang Las Palmas Lianyungang Libreville Lome Los Angeles Lyttelton Madang Manila Maputo Melbourne Mexico City Miami Mombasa Monrovia Montevideo Montreal Muara Port Nagasaki Nagoya Nanjing Napier New Orleans New York Ningbo Norfolk Noumea Oakland Osaka Paranagua Pointe Noire Port au Prince Port Elizabeth Port Gentil Port Klang Port Louis Port Moresby Port of Spain Portland Oregon Porto Alegre Puerto Quetzal Qingdao Reykjavik Richmond Riga Rio de Janeiro Rio Grande (do Sul) Rio Haina Riyadh Salalah Salvador (Bahia) San Jose de Costa Rica San Juan San Lorenzo San Pedro Sula Santos Savannah Seattle Semarang Seoul Shanghai Shantou Sharjah Shenzhen Shimizu Sihanoukville Singapore St. Louis Sydney Taichung Tanger Tanjung Pelepas Tema Tianjin Tokyo Toronto Trieste Vancouver Walvis Bay Wellington Wenzhou Wewak Willemstad Wuhu Xingang Yokohama Zhangjiagang Zhenjiang Zhuhai|
|Algeria Austria Belarus Belgium Bulgaria Czechia Denmark England Estonia Finland France Germany Region 1-6 Germany Region 7-11 Greece Hungary Iran Ireland & Ulster Italy Morocco Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russia Saudi Arabia Scotland Serbia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Syria Tunisia Turkey|
|Hanssen, Coen||Manager Import Overseas||0031 (0) 77 327 56 01||0031 (0) 6 - 53 15 69 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Coenen, Gé||Senior Manager Air and Ocean||0031 (0) 77 327 56 26||0031 (0) 6 - 51 82 91 email@example.com|
|Vosbeek, Johan||Operations Manager Network Development||0031 (0) 77 327 5545||0031 (0) 6 - 51 01 66 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Roodbeen, Harold||Manager Inside Sales & Marketing||0031 (0) 77 327 5539||00 31 (0) 6 - 53 36 83 email@example.com|
|Denessen, Hans||Advisor Overseas Logistics||0031 (0) 77 327 56 02||0031 (0) 6 - 13 32 97 firstname.lastname@example.org|
Seacon Logistics is the number one logistics chain director with a maritime character. In collaboration with our partners, we offer total logistics solutions based on our worldwide presence in more than 75 countries. Seacon Logistics is leading in applying the multimodal transport concept. Our branches near to inland road, rail and water terminals are the foundations for our worldwide operations. Thanks to these strategically effective hubs, we transport sea containers rapidly, cost-effectively and sustainably from busy ports to almost all significant consumer centres throughout Europe. We offer modern supply chain solutions, customs and warehouse facilities, value-added logistics and dense European distribution.
Reliability, technical progress and long-term investments with regard, for instance, to knowledge development are aspects we highlight to help you optimise your business performance. Seacon Logistics believes in the future of its business as a family firm. Since Seacon was set up in 1985 by Hai Berden, we have continued to build on our organisation as a leading logistics chain director. Right from the start, Seacon Logistics specialised in overseas forwarding. In 1986, together with ECT Rotterdam, the first multimodal inland terminal was developed in Venlo. At present, Seacon Logistics employs more than 800 staff at various strategic locations throughout Europe.
Management team: from left to right Frank Hermans (director forwarding and transport), Jan Schaerlaeckens (director warehousing and logistics) and Corné Geerts (managing director).
Just as important as the quality of your product is the level of the corresponding logistics services. That is why we coordinate goods and information flows using the most up-to-date ICT systems which, if desired, we link to the systems at your organisation. Sustainability and reducing CO2 emissions are also important considerations within our organisation. Seacon Logistics is noted for its no-nonsense culture and its entrepreneurial nature in creating innovative solutions that improve the quality, reliability and yield of your business. We attach importance to long-term relationships that result in a successful and reliable partnership.
As a company, we have a great affinity with our surroundings. We invest in sport, culture, education and social welfare, which also allows us to involve our staff.
1985 Start Seacon Logistics
1986 Cooperation with ECT
1998 PLC Born B.V.
2002 ABG pick/pack operation
2005 Seacon Deutschland GmbH
2007 Seacon Airfreight MAA Airport
2008 Limij International Nuth
2009 Seacontinental Moscow
2010 Seacontinental Budapest
2011 Intercontor Holland
2012 ICT GmbH
2013 Seacon Logistics SRL (Italy)