Every day the Geis Group carries out challenging transportation and logistics projects for its customers – from many different industries, from many different countries. Geis’s core competencies play an important role in this.
Thanks to many years of experience we are able to quickly provide you with the right quote. We develop tailor-made solutions with concentrated know-how and IT performance strength. We take a pro-active approach to challenges and always ensure solid financing. We put our hearts into the success of every project.
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We are committed to guaranteeing excellent solutions – from planning to implementation.
BEST CASES IN DETAIL
Experienced, reliable, flexible: as regional forwarder, Geis carries out just-in-time transportation of supplier parts to production plants.
Transportation, warehousing, placement and assembly: Geis bundles all services for the installation of complex high-tech equipment.
LTL and FTL
Geis manages the entire European procurement and distribution logistics for an international industrial enterprise. All year round, all over Europe.
General cargo and parcel logistics
Efficient solution for unsorted general cargo and parcels: Geis ensures optimum shipment bundling with one pick-up for both products as well as clever software.
At the logistics and technology centre in Frauenaurach, Geis carries out logistics, assembly and the returns service for a globally active joint venture.
Logistics EMEA Hub
Geis operates the central logistics hub for a world market leader. It supplies several plants in Europe and delivers spare parts all over the world.
Comprehensive service package
Warehouse logistics and more: in Hamburg Geis operates a central spare parts warehouse and produces custom-made packaging for a global leading industrial company.
The Geis Group operates the central distribution centre in Europe for a global company. From incoming goods processing to spare parts logistics – it’s all included.
In India the experts from Geis carried out the road transport of a generator weighing 360 tons. This involved the use of three tractor units, each with 520 hp.