Welcome to the TGW Blog

We invite you to a journey across our entities, to different cultures and vivid experiences of fellow associates. You will get to know certain areas of responsibilities, read about challenges and chances, witness adventures and happenings. The TGW Blog will offer information on eye level from our colleagues across the world.

Join us on the journeys of our worldwide TGW associates and experience TGW's internationality and how it is lived. Living logistics. Experiencing culture.

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13. September 2017

A taste of Michigan

After four years working in Austria as a Project Manager, I was offered the opportunity to transfer to the US for a period of a year and a half.
11. August 2017

Exploring the Austrian Culture

For those who know me, living overseas is not a new experience, since I was a child I have lived in a number of countries but until the training in Austria I had always been with my family.
27. June 2017

"Fairly local" in Austria

It seems very easy to compare both countries, underline the differences between the Austrian and Ukrainian culture, refresh in the memory what was the biggest shock and voilà – the new article for the TGW blog is ready
23. May 2017

„La vida loca“ – or just a cliché?

1st of April 2017 says my calendar, which means that I have already spent six months in Barcelona. Time flies, half of the time of my expatriation year has already passed, and this is no April fool.
26. April 2017

Bye Brazil...Hello Barcelona

I worked at TGW Brazil when I got the opportunity to work in another TGW entity. While two other colleagues moved to the US, me and three other Brazilians started at TGW Ibérica in Barcelona.
28. March 2017

A very English man in a very Austrian Austria

If you could imagine a typical English man, that is me, I drink lots of tea and I love the queen, so moving to Austria was a big move for me. Especially, as I found out I was going to Austria 2 weeks before the training started. As I transitioned from installation to applications, everything was new in my career, so everything was a new challenge which was exciting.
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