International Tanktransport Company (ITC) Holland finds its roots in the 1920's. Two generations ago a beginning was made with the transportation of products by horse and carriage in the village of Reek. The name ITC Holland Transport did not exist yet - the company was known as "Linders". During World War ll the company acquired the first tanker, used to transport milk.
A new generation brought the company to a higher level in the early 1950's. The two brothers Linders carried on the company under the name of "Gebroeders Linders" (The Linders Brothers). In the mid 1960's the focus was on australian pokies liquid transport by expanding the transportation of milk. The 1990's saw the beginning of transport of containers under the guidance of a new generation: the husband-and-wife team of Van Schaick-Linders. From that time on, the company was known as ITC Holland Transport, in the configuration as it continues to be today, still a family business. From 1995 on the focal point became transport of liquid food and raw materials for feed.
The number of tractors, trailers and tank containers continued to grow and the location in Reek was replaced in 2009 with a new premises in the industrial park of Vorstengrafdonk located in Oss. A few months later a unique bioreactor was put into use on this location, to reclaim the wastewater of the tank cleaning. Nowadays ITC Holland Transport is a family business on a scale necessary to be a specialized tank transport company operating throughout entire Europe.