History and present

The origin of the company is associated with the name of Ruppert Steindorfer, who started providing road haulage services in St. Veit, Austria, in 1968. After twenty years of existence, his small family business evolved into a respected international shipping company.

The substantial socio-political changes in the Central European region gave a fresh impetus to the TRANSPORTE STEINDORFER brand. Thus in 1991 a subsidiary had been established in Prague, which moved to Topoľčany after the split of the Czechoslovak Federative Republic.

The company's gradual development was characterised by a continuous implementation of new technologies, with the peak in this field being the satellite communication and car location monitoring system "Qualcomm", introduced in 1995. However, the mid-90's also witnessed a massive growth of the truck fleet - while in 1995 it consisted of 15 vehicles, in just three years the number grew to 25 tractors with trailers.

The current history of the company began in 1999, when it launched its own campus called the "J.R.'s World" in M. Rázus Street in Topoľčany. The new premises accommodated not only our expanding vehicle fleet, administrative and logistic premises and an authorised service centre for Volvo utility vehicles, but also a technical and emission control station (STK, EK). At the same time, the entire tractor fleet was changed for Volvo FH 12 vehicles and is renewed on a regular basis by changing old vehicles for new ones.

All the innovations of those times peaked in 2001, when the company was granted the ISO 9001 : 2000 quality management certificate.