Lanjatrans Grupo Logístico is comprised of Lanjatrans S L and Lanjatrans Oil S L, with over 65 years’ experience in overland transport and logistics.
Lanjatrans began in a small town in Granada’s Alpujarra region: Lanjarón. There, in 1947, José Mingorance began working as a lorry driver at the age of 18.
It was a tough beginning during hard times on precarious roads. Little by little, his seriousness and tenacity led him to become the haulier for Aguas de Lanjarón. In 1968, he founded his first company, Lanjatrans, which gradually became what it is today: a Group with over 200 direct employees and an additional 150 indirect workers.
A fleet of over 180 lorries and 220 trailers owned, 25 million kilometres in the past year. A reference in the transport sector.
Today, José is enjoying a well-deserved retirement, and now his son, Antonio Mingorance Gutiérrez, is in charge of the Group, with the third generation already on the job.
Throughout its history, the company has promoted and adopted value-added services oriented towards the needs of the clients, guaranteeing a quality, tailored service.
To this, it makes constant investments that enable it to improve its efficiency. To do so, it owns over 180 lorries, with a hundred more self-employed drivers and collaborating companies, of which 90% comply with the Euro 5 standard, and a significant number of trailers include the SDR fuel conservation system.
Likewise, it has integrated a GPS location system in all its units, as well as a number of computer tools specific to the sector.
Our lorries through the years
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