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J. Müller will celebrate its 200th birthday at a later date

BRAKE. J. MÜLLER was originally founded on May 1, 1821 and celebrates its 200th birthday this summer. In the course of the company’s anniversary, the port service provider for agricultural, bulk and bulk general cargo originally planned to celebrate with its customers and staff in May. Since the corona pandemic does not currently permit any celebrations without restrictions, on May 5, only a small ceremony attended by selected guests and Lower Saxony’s Prime Minister Stephan Weil will take place. But postponed in no way means cancelled: J. MÜLLER only wants to celebrate when it can do so again without restrictions.

Credit: J. Müller

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