Perfect logistics means more than just transporting freight from Point A to Point B quickly and economically.

We rely on economic efficiency and sustainable management. We regard the well-being of our employees, customers and partners as a crucial success factor. Our core competence, intermodal transport, revolves around this philosophy, which ensures that we uphold social regulations and standards. Communication on equal footing facilitates mutual understanding and sensitises everyone involved for optimisation potential.

Practical involvement of our employees in processes and corporate concepts is another factor we see as crucial to our success. We use support programmes and training seminars to generate a high level of motivation and create expertise.


  • 2017
    Move to new corporate headquarters on the A1 Vechta and renaming as Paneuropa-Transport GmbH.
  • 2016
    Ground-breaking for new construction of corporate headquarters on the A1 Vechta.
  • 2013
    New construction of the Cologne branch at the Eifeltor intermodal terminal.
  • 2012
    Winner of “Fit for Climate Change” (see news).
  • 2011
    Storage of temperature-controlled transports on the rails.
  • 2009
    Establishment of a new branch at the Eifeltor intermodal terminal in Cologne on 1 March 2009 enables further geographic expansion to the Rhine/Ruhr area and the neighbouring BeNeLux countries.
  • 2008
    Paneuropa acquires the business activities of Nielsen & Sörensen Intermodal, headquartered in Hamburg, in order to tap the Scandinavian markets.
  • 2007
    Establishment of the branch in Poznan, Poland, makes it possible to tap Eastern European markets.
  • 2005
    Establishment of the Italian branch in Interporto di Verona. Shifting of the first high-volume transports from road to rail.
  • 2004
    In 2004 Paneuropa acquires Rösch Internationale Spedition und Transporte GmbH, a pioneer in the field of intermodal road/rail transports.
  • 2003
    Establishment of the Bremen branch in direct proximity to the Roland terminal in Bremen.
  • 2002
    Because of the associated ecological and economic advantages, Paneuropa shifts transports from road to rail starting in 2002.
  • 2000
    As part of the succession process, Josef Muhle GmbH becomes Paneuropa GmbH.
  • 1991
    Move to the new corporate headquarters in Rudolf-Diesel-Straße in Vechta.
  • 1982
    National and international high-volume transports are added to the service portfolio.
  • 1980
    Construction of a new office building at the Vechta site.
  • 1970
    Construction of a new workshop at the Vechta site.
  • 1968
    First international transports to France, Italy and the Middle East.
  • 1965
    The freight forwarding company Josef Muhle GmbH was founded in the following years and initially specialised in national transports.
  • 1958
    Josef Muhle starts his haulage firm in 1958 as a sole proprietor, carrying out transports for the construction industry in the Bremen region.