• 2022 marks the 20th anniversary of time:matters
  • Since 2002, the company has made its name as a logistics expert for time-critical express transports
  • time:matters will celebrate its anniversary with a series of events

Happy birthday: time:matters, the expert in time-critical express transports, celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. Established two decades ago as a spin-off of Lufthansa Cargo, the company has since evolved to become a global logistics provider with subsidiaries in Europe, the US and Asia. time:matters has announced various activities to mark the occasion. For example, the website set up specifically for the anniversary – www.time-matters.com/20years/ – will not only feature attractive prize draws and exclusive videos but also provide lots of interesting information on current and future topics.

time:matters primarily attributes its continuous growth to its loyal customers and its committed, passionate team of now more than 300 staff. Another key to its success has been its ability to combine industry expertise and a customer-centric approach, setting new standards in the industry.

time:matters is optimistic about the future. The company is focused on offering its customers around the world innovative, digital, sustainable and highly efficient transport solutions.

Alexander Kohnen, CEO of time:matters, stated: “What began 20 years ago with a small team and a focus on the European market has since matured into a global transport provider for time-critical and sensitive shipments. We are very proud of this. But what would a logistics provider be without its customers and partners, with some of whom we have been working together in a spirit of trust for many years? We would also like to say a big thank you to our committed employees, who do their best day in and day out for the company and for our clients around the world. Over all these years, we have continuously developed the range of services we offer and overcome many challenges. We are looking forward to the years ahead. After all, there’s still a lot we want to achieve.”