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Marcus Transport – Assembly application Marcus in Vreden Portal milling machine

Marcus Transport assembly job was a complete success!

They provided technical assistance with the dismantling and removal of a portal milling machine using their pick & carry crane and a 7-ton forklift truck.

With their mobile crane, they were even able to move parts weighing up to 60 tons without support. They are proud of their team and the great work that was done.

It was a challenge, but they mastered it.

Membermeeting in Neu-Ulm

Windige Grüße aus Bayern

Es ist uns immer eine Freude, unsere Member persönlich zu treffen, bei HARDER logistics in Neu-Ulm sind wir allerdings besonders gerne.

Daher noch einmal auf diesem Wege vielen Dank für den erneut herzlichen Empfang sowie die erfolgreichen und fruchtvollen Gespräche zwecks weiterer zukünftiger Projekte und Entwicklungen.

Auf ganz bald wieder.


Windy regards from Bavaria

It is always a pleasure for us to meet our members in person, but we particularly enjoy being at Harder Logistics in Neu-Ulm.

We would therefore like to take this opportunity to thank you once again for the warm welcome and the successful and fruitful discussions regarding further future projects and developments.

See you again very soon.

2nd GIRN Annual Meeting – Jürgen Weyhausen interview


𝘛𝘩𝘳𝘰𝘸𝘣𝘢𝘤𝘬 𝘛𝘩𝘶𝘳𝘴𝘥𝘢𝘺

Today we would like to share another interview from our CEO Jürgen Weyhausen with you.

Many thanks to all our great members for the great time and the amazing feedback after our 2nd AGM.

Member Update – Marcus Transport

Marcus Transport GmbH is a medium-sized company in the service industry founded in 1936 and based in Wuppertal and Cologne. They are specialized in the execution of special, machine and heavy transports and assembly work.

Other business areas include the rental of all types of industrial trucks and warehouse equipment as well as their service and sale. Around 150 employees are responsible for handling these tasks.


When a company relocates, it presents many companies a great challenge.

They take over the disassembly, packing and assembly of your machines and equipment reliably and quickly.


The delivery of new machines and forklifts should be carried out by professionals with many years of experience, because intactness and punctuality mean less stress and costs.


Brand-independent they repair and maintain your forklift truck or your working platform with their with their mobile service vehicles at your on site.

Required certificates of competence for the operation of forklifts or working platforms you will receive in their training courses.


With them you get fast and uncomplicated additional capacities;

Forklifts up to 27 t lifting capacity and working platforms for industrial applications.

Member Meeting in Neu-Ulm

Thomas Winkler and David Messner had the opportunity to visit owner and managing director Marcello Danieli and his son and project manager Johannes Danieli in Neu-Ulm.

The tour of the company headquarters and the warehouses, including the new modern fully automated high-bay warehouse, was impressive.

In general, the projects that the company Harder Logistics implements in the field of company relocation and high-tech transport are remarkable.

Montron Team were very pleased that they could look behind the scenes in the area of project planning and software-supported project handling and gain new impressions. The fleet of vehicles as well as the working equipment are worth seeing – the very appreciative way of dealing with the employees is also striking.

Besides their current cooperation, a plant disassembly in Munich, they are looking forward to many more joint project implementations.

Together we achieve more – This is what we do at GIRN

Bartosz Swiderek interview 2nd GIRN Annual Meeting


Hello dear Members,

In between the current successful meetings with partners from our industrial sector, which have just been intensified after returning from the 2nd annual meeting of the Global Industrial Relocation Network in Budapest, I would like to share a few impressions with you today from this specifically mentioned meeting by means of an interview video.

As the CEO of GIRN with years of experience in the field of industrial dismantling and industrial reassembly through my own company, I was even more surprised to learn something even more in this AGM.

I am therefore looking forward to meeting you all very soon, at the latest for our 3rd edition next year, with regard to fruitful large-scale projects.

– Bartosz Swiderek


What a fantastic event. We are delighted to finally be able to share the pictures of the event with you.

Find the pictures on our website: https://girnetwork.com/second-annual-meeting-budapest/photos/

Thank you for your patience, see you again next year at a new venue.

Ps.: Look out for some surprises from us in the email we sent you.

We look forward to meeting you again.

Review of our wonderful 2nd Annual Meeting in Budapest


Exactly one month after our amazing meeting in Budapest on the occasion of our 2nd AGM, we finally received the long awaited pictures from our photographers and videographers, so we would like to take this opportunity today to leave a heartfelt and deep thank you especially to our adorable members for the wonderful moments we experienced together.

We are still highly impressed by the cordial, warm and professional atmosphere, which we still look back on with gratitude.

So please find first our short video about our 2nd AGM – all other pictures we will share with you separately by the end of this week.