neska goes HGK

Dear customers and business partners,

From March 2021, as part of the HGK Integrated Logistics Group, we will be taking an important next step in advancing our common idea of an integrated, trimodal logistics group under one brand umbrella. Then, all companies of the neska Group will operate under the HGK Logistics and Intermodal brand.

Integrated under one brand

Under the roof of the HGK Group, we are creating a logistics network of freight forwarding, specialized logistics services, inland waterway transport and rail transport with well-functioning cargo handling terminals and facilities that fit seamlessly into the logistics chains of shippers and freight forwarders. Our goal: reliable transport chains that offer genuine added value for our customers. We aim to provide efficient and integrated solutions for the essential tasks that make logistics more eco-friendly and digital.

New brand structure of HGK Integrated Logistics Group

A powerful partner for large volumes

Every year, the companies of the HGK Integrated Logistics Group transport more than 60 million tons of goods, carry more than 1,000,000 tons of liquefied gases to customers, handle containers in the order of 1,400,000 TEU and handle more than 5,800 ships in our own ports.

The HGK Integrated Logistics Group

Starting from its municipal roots as a regional port and freight transport provider in the Cologne region, today the HGK Group is one of the leading players in intermodal freight transport and linking the Rhineland with logistics centres in Europe. The group of companies includes Germany's largest inland port network, one of Germany's largest private freight railways, the extensive logistics and transshipment network of the neska group of companies and, since the acquisition of HGK Shipping GmH (formerly Imperial Shipping) in August 2020, also one of the largest and most modern inland shipping companies in Europe. More than 2,500 people work under the umbrella of the HGK Group today, from Hamburg to Berlin to Rotterdam and Basel.