Over road, water and rail
The unique advantages of multimodal transport and a firm base in Benelux distribution give GVT Group of Logistics a strong position in the Dutch market. Through the specialisms provided by its various logistics companies, we are able to offer tailor-made solutions to suit your particular logistics requirements. Our team of more than 925 professionals serves our clients every day in the fields of transport and logistics.
GVT Group of Logistics has an extensive distribution network in the Benelux, with its own barge and rail terminals, and offers top-class intermodal transport solutions within the Benelux, Europe and Asia. GVT Group of Logistics provides reliable, affordable and sustainable logistics services.
Our way of working with each other and for clients, has a solid foundation of important values:
Open: Open and honest communication forms the basis of any trust-based collaboration
Passion: In our work we do everything with full conviction and attention to detail
Practical: Our work must be realistic and usefull
Flexible: We easily adapt to changing circumstances
Road, water and rail
With the establishment of Barge Terminal Tilburg (BTT) in 1998 and Rail Terminal Tilburg (RTT) in 2005 (later Railport Brabant), GVT's focus is on a diversity of transport methods: freight transport by road, water and rail. An excellent hinterland connection has been created from the Rotterdam seaport by train and inland shipping that will expand even further in the future.
GVT's growth is still continuing. GVT currently employs over 925 people and has around 375 trucks on the road every day. In addition, there are 6 inland vessels and several trains on the way every day. GVT has a storage capacity of approximately 200,000 m2 in its own warehouses. In 2012 and 2013, a lot of work was done on extensions in the field of rail and inland shipping. A new rail terminal has been built on the Loven industrial estate (Railport Brabant) that provides a connection to both the Dutch network and international routes. In addition, a second inland shipping terminal has been realized on the Vossenberg industrial estate.