The company's final breakthrough and expansion followed the firm's relocation to Greven-Reckenfeld. The head office and the administration were established on a 100,000 square metres-large compound at the local business park. The hexagonal goods distribution centre is known beyond the region by now. The company concept of the Fiege brothers changed from "forwarding and transport" to "forwarding and logistics". Following the take-over of the international forwarder Klein-Wiele in Bocholt (DE), the number of employees at FIEGE rose to over 1,000. Two years later, the forwarder Wilken, headquartered in Berlin and Munich, was taken over by the FIEGE Group, allowing Germany's south to be better served than before. In 1988, branded logistics were followed by industrial goods logistics. FGT, FIEGE Gerresheimer Transportgesellschaft, is an outstanding example of this logistical segment for Europe's largest European hollow glass manufacturer. FGT, with eleven branches and a managed warehouse area of 250,000 square metres, operated here also in pursuit of the best-possible ecological aspects. Even the fragile glass goods were delivered without packaging. After adding beverage logistics to the diverse product range of the services concepts in 1990, the FIEGE Group became one of the largest distributors of wine. 16 major German wine importers are united as customers under a single roof. With FIEGE EBL Getränkelogistik (European Beverage Logistics), a renewed shift of the corporate structure was once again introduced: logistics over forwarding.