Wood is a raw material. And raw materials find their way all over the world. The economy has always been at the forefront of international partnership and cooperation. The flow of goods has long since found a way for people to begin the praise of cooperation in theoretical essays.
International flows of goods do not stop at the classic timber market. And damaging events such as extreme weather or insect calamities cause supply and demand situations to change overnight. Thanks to its own fleet of ships and trucks as well as regular block trains, claus rodenberg waldkontor is able to react quickly. Our colleagues, who are spread over the entire service and transport chain, are passionately at our business partners’ side when it comes to transforming challenges into opportunities and turning calamities into advantages.
But of course we don’t just see ourselves as troubleshooters: long-term supply agreements and regular day-to-day business have led to stable and trusting business relationships with a wide variety of customer groups and industries. This is demonstrated by a steadily growing market share and the establishment of partner companies in friendly foreign countries.