Not Just Any Freight Forwarder in Germany: Rüdinger Freight Forwarder. As a Specialist in Germany, We Are One of the Market Leaders in Germany and Europe — Reliability for You ... Far From Home

Rüdinger Freight Forwarder, Germany, is not just any freight forwarder. We care. We are reliable. This freight forwarder in Southern Germany is owner operated with decades of experience. We are one of the market leaders in Germany and Europe: 220 trucks, 660 employees, and more than 110,000 m² (1,190,000 ft²)

Please note, that this website is just a Rüdinger sub website. Click here to the main website in English.

It's a long line of neatly lined up huge trucks that diminish sharply to the farthest one. Behind the parade of trucks you can see forest. Above is the skyline of Krautheim in Hohenlohe with castle and church.

The Freight Forwarder's Headquarters in Germany


The latest addition to the administration building is decorated with a huge work of art. It is a work in orange and blue. On the right you can still see a part of the earlier completed also new building. The sky is blue and there are some clouds.

Rüdinger Freight Forwarder, Germany, is located between Frankfurt and Munich.


Customer Care is Family Tradition for Nine Decades and Three Generations

A truck from the 50s of the last century stands there with a trailer. In the background is a house. The motif is a black and white photo.

You as our valued customer are the center of our activities. That is true for 90 years. 

Air Freight, Ocean Freight, Container Transportation and Customs Services

About 30 huge trucks are neatly placed next to each other, and you can see only the cab of each. They are orange with the familiar „R“. There is a yard in front. Above the trucks hovers an airplane in the direction of the viewer. It's a photo montage.

Aside of air freight, sea freight, and container transportation, we offer customs services and storage.

Seven Locations in Southern Germany 

A new built warehouse, you see the right half. In blue and orange, shelves are completely filled with goods. A forklift in front a fork lift heaves a palette to the third level.

We operate seven locations in Southern Germany with a capacity of expansion. 

660 Employees + Our Fleet:  220 Vehicles

A long row of neatly lined up trucks: You can only see the driver's cab in each case. Towards the back, the size decreases considerably. Behind it is forest, above the forest you can see Krautheim Castle.

Rüdinger Freight Forwarder Germany is one of the market leaders in Europe.

We are Specialized in Vendor Managed Inventory – VMI

The port of Hamburg at night: It is the so-called Landungsbrücken. On the left is a large tower, in the horizontal center is water, above it many cranes.

Rüdinger Freight Forwarder, Germany: Rüdinger is VMI specialized.

Learn About the Company's Philosophy: A 5 Min. Video

You can see part of the spoiler of three truck. On the far right is the well-known Rüdinger "R". In the left half of the picture is forest behind the vehicles. Above, very dominant, is the Krautheim castle.

Learn more about this unique freight forwarder in Germany in a 5 minutes short video. In addition to the written information you get a better feeling about who we are.

Don't Hesitate to Contact Us via Mail or Phone

One of the Rüdinger employees smiles to the viewer, he fills the whole left half of the picture. He wears a pink shirt and a tie. On the right in the background you can see cranes in a port.

Mr. Vasilios Papavramidis is one of the freight forwarder's specialists. He is working at the Stuttgart Airport Office of Rüdinger. 


Legal Info / Impressum and More

A very close-up shot: From the cab of a truck, an employee looks towards the viewer. He stretches both arms out of the window and makes the "thumbs up" sign.

Find Addresses, Copyrights, Data Privacy, Limitation of Liability and finally the legal notice, which is "Impressum" in German. All you need to know about this website. 

Rüdinger Freight Forwarder Germany Is a Very Different Freight Forwarder – So This Is a Very Different Website, Too: Get a Feeling about the Philosophy in a Six Minutes Video  

Krautheim Castle very close with the imposing "Bergfried", the tower. All around you can see trees with green foliage, on the right a metal roof part of a modern building is still visible.

Krautheim Castle in the community of Krautheim. The small City of Krautheim in Hohenlohe County in the Federal State of Baden-Württemberg is headquarters of Rüdinger Freight Forwarder, Germany. 


The Next Section of this Page of the Company's Website Is for Recreation Only! We Would Like You to Meet Germany. Have Fun with Pictures and Information 

The marketplace of the city of Heilbronn with the beautiful ancient town hall in beautiful sunshine. In front in the center right umbrellas of restaurants are stretched. In front left you can see the rails of the streetcar.

One of three major cities close to the headquarters of Rüdinger Freight Forwarder, Germany: Heilbronn, on the river Neckar. Heilbronn is located on the Southern border of the Hohenlohe region. 


The most famous view in the medieval "Rothenburg an der Tauber". It is an old town gate with a half-timbered house in front of it. On the left and right are also historical buildings. Many tourists stroll along the street.

The Eastern point of a triangle which explains, where the region of Hohenlohe is located is the City of Rothenburg. Better Rothenburg ob the Tauber. The Tauber is a small river. In Hohenlohe, Rüdinger Freight Forwarder serves many companies, which are considered "world market leaders". By the way, this is the region with the most world market leaders in one area on earth. 


Rothenburg is one of the tourist hotspots in Germany. It is the medieval city that attracts most guests from all over the planet. Plus, it's the city in Germany that is best known in Asia. For that reason, you do not discover more folks from Asia in any German town. This city is almost completely deserved and in its middle no modern buildings bother your medieval feeling.  There are many building monuments and many cultural highlights. Plus, there are several museums, among others the Medieval Criminal Museum. There are some 11,000 residents living there, and this city is part of the Federal State of Bavaria. The oldest roots date back to the year 970. The picture above is the most photographed site of this unique place. 


Rüdinger Germany Freight Forwarder, Your Partner

in Europe: Get to the sercices with a click here!

The Marienberg Fortress in Würzburg in Bavaria in Germany. Below it, you can see vineyards and closer to the viewer you can see many trees with green leaves. In front and near as well as on the right side of the picture is a yellow-white turret very close

Würzburg with its "Festung Marienberg", which is Marienberg Fortress. This city is located in Northern Bavaria in the County of Unterfranken, which is Lower Franconia. Plus its Northern border of the area which Rüdinger Freight Forwarder calls "home".


If you are interested in more information about the touristic benefits of Marienberg Fortress, which first reference dates back as early as to the Bronze Age, when this place became a fortified settlement. The oldest still preserved parts are from the year 704. It's part of the "Little St. Mary's Church". This place is well worth a visit and together with more touristic highlights it's the place to discover, if you ever meet the people of Rüdinger Freight Forwarder, Germany. 


Rüdinger Germany Freight Forwarder Presents More Sight Seeing Highlights 

The most famous motif of Hamburg in Northern Germany today: It is the Elbphilharmonie and a part of the harbor. It is a motif photographed in the blue hour. Houses and a church are illuminated. Cloudless sky, waters below.

Hamburg in Northern Germany certainly is a great city to visit. Germans call this metropolis their "gate to the world". It's not just a city, it's one of the Federal States of Germany. It was a so-called "Free City" and is a "Hanseatic City". There are 5 million residents living. Actually, Hamburg is one of the founding cities of the trading association called Hanseatic League. Hamburg is one of the most attracting touristic places in Germany.  


Germany: Some Real Quick Facts for You  

Germany actually in German the "Bundesrepublik Deutschland", the Federal Republic of Germany is a democracy, which is divided into 16 Federal States. Germany is part of the European Union, and the biggest neighbors are France to the West and Poland to the East. Denmark and Germany have a common border in the north, and in the South it's Switzerland and Austria. Smaller countries with a common border are Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands and the Czech Republic.


The capital of Germany is Berlin with some 3.5 million residents or some 4.4 million folks in the metropolitan area. Of course, Berlin is one of the major touristic attractions. Brandenburg Gate and Reichstag are the most visited spots in Berlin. Berlin was a divided city through the "Cold War" until 1990, when the Berlin Wall fell and with it the whole border between Eastern Germany, called DDR, which is Deutsche Demokratische Republik, in English German Democratic Republic and the BRD, which is Bundesrepublik Deutschland, English Federal Republic of Germany. It is considered as the state with the third-highest number of immigrants.


There are 82 million residents living in Germany and Germany is the biggest economic power in Europe, No. 4 in the world. In 2014 Germany was the third-largest export and import nation on Earth. Germany is partner of NATO, UN and OECD, G7 and G20. The climate is moderate. In the north, Germany is lying on the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. In the south, the Alps are a perfect recreational area.


The Federal States are (... in alphabetical order) Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria, Berlin, Brandenburg, Bremen, Hamburg, Hesse, Mecklenburg West Pomerania, Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhineland-Palatinate, Saarland, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Schleswig-Holstein and Thuringia. 


The Brandenburg Gate from the east side. On the right is a high water fountain. On the left is a large lawn, on the right is a railing leading into the depths of the image. On the left are more buildings.

The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin is a symbol for the separation and the reunion of Germany. Between 1949 and 1990 Germany plus Berlin were separated in two areas. Just two minutes walk away, the German Reichstag is located. 


The Reichstag in Berlin with four waving German flags. The sun shines on the building, the sky is cloudless blue. In front of the Reichstag is a large lawn and there you can see many people. Umbrellas are stretched on the right.

The rebuilt Reichstag in Berlin, where the German Parliament meets. 


Germany, That Is Castles, Palaces and Age Old Places 

You can see the interior of a magnificent, large baroque church. To the right and left of the altar, on which is a white tablecloth, are many flowers. Six candles are on the altar.

One of the most famous churches in baroque style. The inside is breathtaking. It's the Ottobeuren Abbey. Actually, it's more baroque beauty that you can imagine. This is really a tiny fraction. 


A water castle photographed in beautiful weather. In the blue sky are many white and gray clouds. There are trees everywhere in the picture, there is a lake or pond in front.

Moritzburg Palace (... actually the English name for the jewel is Moritzburg Castle; that means the word castle shows up twice: First it's the German "burg" which means castle. Next there's castle as a word added. So actually the correct translation is Moritzburg Palace, not Moritzburg Castle) ... 


A castle can be seen at the top center of the picture. On the left are trees, on the right are flowers, hugely photographed, in the foreground. It is a beautiful garden with two promenaders walking around a water basin.

... and Weikersheim Palace, really close to Rüdinger Freight Forwarder Germany's headquarters in the North of Baden-Württemberg. 


You are inside one of the yards of a castle. They are medieval well-preserved buildings, some of them are half-timbered. Characteristic are the red and white shutters. You can also see some tourists,

The Nuremberg Castle. Did you know the difference between a castle and a palace? A castle is built to protect, a palace is designed to impress neighbors and enemies and friends, back then. 


The historical skyline of Dresden photographed over the river Elbe. In the left half is the rebuilt Frauenkirche, on the right are other baroque churches. In front is the Elbe with three excursion ships.

The proud City of Dresden on the river Elbe. It's an unbelievable ensemble of impressing historic structures. The "Church of Our Lady" on the left side of the picture was completely rebuilt. It was 100 percent damaged in World War II and reconstructed as late as 2005, 15 years after the reunification of Germany. 


A castle can be seen far away from the viewer. In front of it is a huge garden lawn with flowers and trimmed bushes. One can see a water basin. In the front of the picture is a railing in a slightly higher position. The weather is sunny.

One final picture of a palace close to the headquarters of Rüdinger Germany's Freight Forwarder: Ludwigsburg Palace. A tour sends you back into the medieval times, and you can book it in both English and with a costumed tour guide. 


Why don't you visit Rüdinger in Germany? If so take some days off and meet Germany: It's as fascinating

as the Rüdinger Freight Forwarder's way to introduce itself with this unusual website!

Munich from above. Dominant in the picture is the Frauenkirche (... Lady's Church) with its two towers. All around are various buildings. The sky is blue with light white veil clouds.

Munich, the capital of the Federal State of Bavaria. The vacation region in Germany. It's located close to the Alps and on a clear day, you may see them in the background. Bavarian beer is world-famous and so is the Oktoberfest, which attracts some 6 million guests from all over the world each year. It is the "world of King Ludwig" with its famous castles and palaces - like Neuschwanstein Castle and if you ever visit Germany, don't miss this unique city. 


Heidelberg with its castle. In the front flows the river Neckar. The castle stands a little higher than the buildings on the riverbank. Behind it is a lot of dense forest. The sky is cloudless, the sun shines on the scene.

Heidelberg: is there a city, which you connect more to the sightseeing places, when it comes to Germany? Of course, it's worth a visit, and it's hard to decide, whether you better visit Heidelberg, Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria or Rothenburg (see pic above). 


It is the world-famous Dinkelsbühl with its medieval buildings on the way to the historic marketplace. You can see many flags flying and in the foreground some cars are parked and tourists are walking. On the right you can see the part of a church.

Dinkelsbühl, one more famous cities and a touristic attraction in Southern Germany. Plus, they know to celebrate. So whenever you have the chance to visit Germany for a month or longer, don't miss Dinkelsbuehl with its treasures in the middle of the city and its great preserved town wall. One month visit in Germany? It was a joke. Sorry! 


Rüdinger Freight Forwarder Germany - A business partner as exciting and unique as this part of its website!

A city gate in Lübeck, the Holsten Gate, is in the center of the picture. On the right and on the left there are also two historical church gates. To the right of the gate are also historical buildings. There is a green area plus many purple flowers.

Lübeck, a Hanseatic City as well, in Northern Germany ... 


What an ensemble of historic buildings: Seen from the viewer, the development rises towards the back, so that it appears to be one half-timbered house above the other. In the foreground it is a meadow, above it the city wall forms a part of the houses.

... and one of Germany's treasures, the wood frame house city of Schwäbisch Hall, ends your "sightseeing trip" through Germany. We hope you enjoyed this little tour, and we encouraged you to put Germany on your "To-do-List", that is to say what you should plan in the oncoming decades of your life. 


It is the logo of the forwarding company: a slogan in blue font, underlined with a line in orange: Wir kommen gut an! ... means: We arrive reliably!