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Hellmann looks back on 150 years

OSNABRÜCK. This year Hellmann Worldwide Logistics is celebrating its 150th anniversary. The family firm, which was founded by Carl Heinrich Hellmann in Osnabrück in 1871 with only a single horse and cart, has developed over four generations to become one of the largest international logistics companies. Today, Hellmann has 263 branches and is represented in 59 countries. With roughly 11,000 employees worldwide, the Hellmann family has built up a global network of companies with almost 500 offices in 173 countries.

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