Rhenus strengthens position in the Balkans with Trans Integral

Even though some of the regulations have now been adopted, controversy and opposition remain around the Mobility Package, such as insufficient infrastructure and environmental concerns.
Rhenus continues its expansion in Croatia by taking over the logistics provider Trans Integral d.o.o. a mere two years after the successful integration of Log Adria d.o.o., a freight forwarder. This acquisition aims to enlarge the presence of the Rhenus Group in the region and to offer additional services to its customers.


Both companies perform complementary activities out of overlapping locations in Zagreb, Rijeka and Ploče. Furthermore, with the acquisition Rhenus will enter Bosnia and Herzegovina, where Trans Integral’s newest office is located.

By taking over the new entity, Rhenus and its customers will benefit from an extended pool of resources and expertise. For example, Trans Integral owns and operates a modern state-of-the-art truck fleet.

“Trans Integral is a well-established Croatian logistics provider that perfectly complements and enhances our existing market presence. In addition, we are pleased to guarantee the succession plan for the company that offers a stable work environment and exciting career opportunities within our globally operating business to our new employees,” says Patrick Schäffer, CEO of Rhenus Air & Ocean Central-East Europe.

Trans Integral is a Croatian freight forwarding company that was founded in 2004 and is operating from its headquarters in the port town of Ploče and its branches in Rijeka, Zagreb as well as Čapljina (Bosnia and Herzegovina). It is focused on ocean freight forwarding services, customs clearance operations, chartering, port logistics (handling and storage) and road transport.

Source: Rhenus