A glipse of history

T Comm Telematics has been around for years. Take a look at our history here.

1975
Jan Verweij founded Vego Trans

Jan Verweij starts with VEGO Transportkoeling.

2002
VeHold B.V. founded

Jan Verweij started his investment company VeHold B.V. in Zoetermeer in the Netherlands.

1987
VEGO Transportkoeling

VEGO Transportkoeling is sold to Carrier Transicold and becomes the European market leader in the supply of refrigeration equipment.

2005
T Comm Telematics takeover

Takeover of T Comm Tracking and Tracing with the vision: data for cargo (carrier) safety

2008
Michael Verweij joins T Comm Telematics
Michaeloffice

Michael Verweij, son of Jan, joined the company as international sales manager. In the years that followed, Michael progressed to the position of Sales Director.

2008
First T Comm hardware module

After 3 years of development, T Comm comes with a certified hardware module in combination with wireless sensors.

2009
First integrations

Integrations with various on-board computer suppliers.

2010
IAA Hannover

Participation in International Show IAA Hannover

2012
Development new platform

Start development of new platform with focus on API integration

2014
ACT platform

T Comm develops web portal: ACT Platform

2015
Development of new hardware module

Start development of new hardware module

2016
Introduction TCT400 - Main Unit

New hardware module introduced: The main unit.

2017
Integrations

Integrations with TMS and ERP solutions

2018
Bert Hendriks (CEO)
Bert Hendriks

Bert Hendriks appointed CEO and forms the management team together with Michael Verweij.

2018
Introduction ACT App
Apps & Integrations

To make things easier for its customers, T Comm has developed the ACT App. 

2019
EBS suppliers

Link with EBS suppliers

2020
15 year anniversary!

T Comm Telematics celebrates its 15th anniversary!

2021
T Comm Telematics SARL
Francois Borel

T Comm Telematics expands into France with new addition: Francois Borel.

2021
T Comm Telematics GmbH

Due to the growth of the company in Germany, T Comm expanded the company with a German branch. Carsten Holtrup joined the company as country manager.