Contargo is one of the leading, neutral service providers for container logistics in the European hinterland. With a close-knit network of its own terminals and transport lines, Contargo links the seaports in Western Europe with the European hinterland. The container specialist combines the inter-system advantages of the transport modes inland barge, rail and truck.

“Asking questions to shape the future” - Employee Satisfaction Survey

shutterstock 8113655222.04.2014 | Under the motto “Asking questions to shape the future”, this summer Contargo wants to conduct a survey on employee satisfaction covering the whole Contargo Group. The survey is intended to pinpoint strengths and weaknesses of Contargo’s treatment of its employees. Contargo is also interested in its employees’ impressions of life in the Contargo world.

With this survey, Contargo wants to give its employees an opportunity to help to shape possible future changes - and would also like to find out what they particularly like about the way Contargo does things.

The survey will be carried out together with an external service provider.

More information coming soon!

DIT Duisburg Intermodal Terminal GmbH Receives Customs Status AEO F

shutterstock 8310520004.04.2014 | As of 28.03.2014, Duisburg Main Customs Office has awarded DIT Duisburg Intermodal Terminal GmbH the status of Authorized Economic Operator (AEO).

By holding the internationally recognised AEO F certificate (Customs Simplifications / Security and Safety) the Duisburg terminal is distinguished as an especially reliable and trustworthy trading partner and a secure member of the logistic chain. Thanks to the resulting simplification of customs procedures, DIT Duisburg Intermodal GmbH is now able to now offer its customers an even faster and more efficient service.

Contargo invites you to tour three terminals

TdL14 Datum A4 DEDuisburg, 27 March 2014 | On 10 April 2014, interested visitors are invited to tour the terminals in Duisburg, Ludwigshafen and Wörth. On the occasion of the nationwide action "Tag der Logistik" (Logistics Day), visitors can gain insights into the work of the trimodal terminals, which process containers transported by barge, rail and truck.

On Logistics Day, visitors who have registered beforehand can see for themselves at Contargo how containers are delivered by barge, rail and truck, and transferred from one transport mode to another. Contargo will be opening its doors at all three terminals and will explain to visitors how a container terminals works, what tasks Contargo performs, and will answer visitors’ questions. The number of visitors is limited. Please note that for safety reasons, visitors must be at least 16 years old. Registration is only possible on the Internet, at

The last day for registration is 10 April 2014.

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