In 1950 Bellekens Transport started transporting pigeons. The company continued doing so until the 80’s and became one of the biggest pigeon transporters.
In 1964 Bellekens Transport started doing international transport, mainly to Germany and France. During that period there were more than 5 Bellekens-trucks on the road.
Another important step was in 1975, when Bellekens started transporting containers, which was a booming business. Bellekens owned 25 trucks at that time.
In 1986 Bellekens Transport stopped transporting pigeons and reduced its container-activities as curtain side transportation was beginning to thrive.
Currently Transport Bellekens & Zonen has grown to a specialized transporter of grouped and staggered consignments from the Benelux to France. The transported products vary from prepacked to unpackaged products and can be food, feed products, ADR products, non-hazardous chemicals, paper wood, products for department stores, … to name a few.
In short: all products on EUR-pallets can be exchanged.