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MOSOLF Auto Terminal Wilhelmshaven officially opened

WILHELSMHAVEN. Lower Saxony’s Economics Minister, Dr Bernd Althusmann, and Dr Jörg Mosolf, CEO MOSOLF Group, marked the start of operations at the MOSOLF Auto Terminal Wilhelmshaven today. MOSOLF will handle vehicles and other rolling cargo at the Wilhelmshaven site from now on and develop other lines of business in the medium term. By expanding its activities to include seaport logistics the automobile logistics specialist and technical services provider is opening a new chapter in its 65 years of corporate history. Wilhelmshaven is the newest of what are now 38 business sites in Europe within the MOSOLF network. Dr Jörg Mosolf is convinced that the potential offered by the port on the river Jade is perfectly clear. “Wilhelmshaven provides ideal conditions for vehicle logistics, both landside and waterside. We’re launching operations by handling used vehicles at the inner port, where we have a strong partner alongside us in the shape of Grimaldi, which is an important RoRo shipping company with global operations.”

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