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Profession/career: This is how exciting working for an art logistics specialist can be
Caspar David Friedrich’s Wanderer above the Sea of Fog has been placed in an arca picture crate from the Hasenkamp Group for travel – protected against outside influences in its sustainable packaging.
arca - Made to Protect is the latest packaging solution from Hasenkamp Group that has been consistently developed in a sustainable way. The new type of crate, equipped with a digital climate tracker, expands the product portfolio for painting…
When it comes to combating climate change, Hasenkamp is increasingly relying on a collaborative approach together with museums, galleries, artists and collectors. CEO Thomas Schneider recently promoted this approach at various industry events.
hasenkamp has been part of the Documenta art show in Kassel for 50 years. The contemporary art presented there always offers something surprising - not only for logistics experts.
• Hasenkamp Group cooperates with US tracking tool provider Tive
• Transparent monitoring of shipments around the globe
• Flexible and individual data analysis on all transport routes
The traditional company underpins its location decision by founding a subsidiary specializing in assembly and high-tech logistics services.
Stefan Velte leads the Logistics & Engineering Solutions department at Hasenkamp, a company specializing in the transportation and storage of sensitive goods.
The logistics company Hasenkamp, founded in 1903, is managed in the 5th generation by the owners Hans Ewald Schneider and Dr. Thomas Georg Schneider and by Ralf Ritscher. In addition to its headquarters on the Cologne city border in Frechen, the family-owned company has 39 locations worldwide. Around 1,000 employees lend a hand when it comes to planning, transporting and storing sensitive and high-value goods. Today, tradition and innovation at Hasenkamp are based on a regularly audited DIN and ISO certified quality, environmental and energy management process. This points the way of the company into a sustainable future. Hasenkamp divides its activities into four business units: Fine Art, Relocation, Archive Depot and Final Mile Services.