In fast motion: The history of 24plus logistics network

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

 

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.
2013
2013

2013

2013
Loxx joins as new partner for Russia, the CIS and Central Asia. Green Logistics: The national LCL system transports of 24plus have been certified according to DIN-EN 16258:2013-03.
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.

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