About us

OUR TEAM

  • Andrzej Zawiliński
    Andrzej ZawilińskiCEO

    EUROPE

  • Aleksandra Brzozowska
    Aleksandra BrzozowskaBusiness Area Manager

    EUROPE

  • Jacek Jaskot
    Jacek JaskotManaging Director

    EUROPE

  • Karol Paszta
    Karol PasztaSales Manager Poland

    POLAND

  • Bartek Budek
    Bartek BudekSales Department

    EUROPE

Idea

‘We all love to travel. But we often lack the motivation to take the first step. I would like our vehicles to be the beginning of new adventures, an inspiration for spontaneous excursions – anytime, any place. The excuse you need to get out and experience something special.’

Jacek Jaskot
Globe-Traveller brand founder and designer

Story

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The first car with the Neo-Traveller logo was created in the year of 2009. It was the Nissan Primastar caravan version, which was made on behalf and by Jacek Jaskots design in a small carpentry business. It was intended for familial holidays. The vehicle was issued in 2010 to the RV show in Krakow, where he won the 2nd prize in the competition of the organizers and visitors. Customer interest moved the owner of the vehicle to the decision to start an company that specializes in the manufacture of this type of vehicle.
The company took the name Neo-Traveller Jacek Jaskot and the first versions took the character of individual buildings on order. As a basis for the development basically served the Fiat Ducato- a vehicle with a distinctive, upscale roof and an unusual folding bed on the second row – In 2011, the first Voyager emerged. The vehicle was presented at the Leipzig Trade Fair.
Thanks to the very good reception of German customers resulted in an increase in production capacity. In 2012, a new company named Elcamp Traveller HSK originated. The main shareholder, the company is a part of the largest business groups in Poland (Zasada SA). The number of production of Elcamp Traveller motorhomes increased year by year. Besides Germany cars have been exported with this logo to Belgium, Spain, Russia, Slovakia and Norway. In 2015, however, there was a meaningless change in the sales structure in Europe. It changed its name to the vehicles produced.
In August 2015 at the fair in Dusseldorf, the new name “Globe-Traveller” had his introduction, which was accompanied by a presentation of the modified form of the Voyager and Pathfinder model. The external graphics have been changed and there was a branding. In January 2016 new versions were shown of cultivations on Fiat Ducato and Peugeot Boxer models in Stuttgart. These vehicles have been very well received by the market and provide a good prediction for the further development of the brand in Europe.

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