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Röhlig supports Bremen’s ‘Make a Wish Vehicle’

BREMEN. In 2022, Röhlig Logistics is supporting the ‘Make a Wish Vehicle’ project initiated by the Arbeiter-Samariter-Bundes (ASB) by donating 25,000 euros and allowing the vehicle to park on its premises at weekends. “The goal is to fulfil a special wish of terminally ill people”, explained Sarah Stahmann of ASB (Bremen Worker’s Samaritan Federation). And Philip W. Herwig, Managing Partner of Röhlig Logistics, went on: “A project of this importance needs to be publicised.” The chosen site should also help to make it better known.

Credits: RÖHLING LOGISTICS

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