Our Network goes further.
With a pan-European network strategically located throughout the continent, we can fulfil any transport need. We work with a diverse group of professionals that cover the entire European market, while also considering local needs and demands at the same time.
Staff members from STI (Deutschland) GmbH and STI Freight Management GmbH created a special Spanish home made dinner for the families staying at the German RMHC (Ronald McDonald's House Charities) "Hunderwasserhaus" last week.
STI (Deutschland) GmbH has launched "STI Fast Lane", an express van delivery service that transports sensitive, temperature-controlled consignments quickly and reliably across Europe by road 24/7/365. Not only is the service ideal for transporting food products, but it also designed to handle pharmaceutical and other high-value items.
STI Germany is as fast as lightning with its express delivery service. This time they supported a new customer with a very urgent delivery which needed to arrive at the final destination within less than 24 hrs after the customer initially called STI.
Tamas Kurucz is the Operations Manager and responsible QA Manager at STI Hungary located close to Budapest. Tamas is part of the team since we opened our representative office in 2005 with a team of two. He is a real team player and has an interesting story to tell. Thanks for sharing your story Tamas.
Lydia Hamaidia is the Quality Assurance and Customer Service Manager at our French subsidiary at STI France. Lydia started with STI in 2012 as a trainee. Today she also is the team leader of the Customer Service department. Her story shows what is possible when you know what you want and work in an environment that acknowledges your skills and talents. Thanks for sharing your story Lydia.
STI (Deutschland) GmbH calls at 43 European ports in the summer season. Third time in a row STI Germany is responsible for deliveries of food and supplies and many other products during the summer in all temperature categories via truck to the seafaring giants as they journey across Europe.