Dejan Tubić, Director, Holleman Transport

Wind Turbines on the Roads Of Europe

Over 2,000 wind generators transported throughout the continent of Europe are our specialty

Dejan Tubić, Director, Holleman Transport

Holleman Transport is distinguished by the quality of its workmanship, reliability, ease of use and safety.
Our Serbian staff have been trained in other countries to prepare for the transport of wind turbines in Serbia. Now we are working in Serbia on the Košava project, says Dejan Tubić, Director of Holleman Transport d.o.o, in an interview with CorD.

Since its founding, Holman has invested enormous resources in the transport of oversized and heavy cargo in domestic and international traffic. In which part did you invest the most?

We are trying to keep up with events and novelties on European and world markets regarding innovation in the transport industry, in order to match the competition in the European market, both in the means of transport we use and the level of services we provide. In addition to modern towing vehicles – tractors and all new traction power features, exhaust gas emissions, we have invested a lot in the procurement of new trailers that are characterized by the quality of production, reliability, simplicity of use and safety. 

And most importantly, special attention is paid in Holleman to the continuous education of our staff, we invest in training drivers and others to make the service we provide even better, more economical and efficient, and above all with a high level of safety.

We face many administrative problems, without the support of public enterprises, which unfortunately have no interest in jointly presenting the transport of wind turbine parts to the European and world public in a completely new and modern way

The transport of wind turbines is your speciality. What challenges do you face?

We are pioneers in this business on the European market, as shown by over 2,000 wind turbines transported across the continent of Europe. Our Serbian staff have been trained in other countries so far, to prepare for the transport of wind turbines in Serbia. Now we work in Serbia on the Košava project.

I must admit that we face many administrative problems, without the support of public enterprises, which unfortunately have no interest in jointly presenting the transport of wind turbine parts to the European and world public in a completely new and modern way. Lack of knowledge and resistance to learning and adjustment to an innovative way of work are the main causes of such unacceptable behaviour.