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Successful first loading at the MOSOLF Auto Terminal Wilhelmshaven

Wilhelmshaven, November 17, 2020 – GRANDE PORTOGALLO loads around 600 vehicles

Within just one year, the idea of ​​the CEO of the MOSOLF Group, Dr. Jörg Mosolf, to export vehicles from Wilhelmshaven by seagoing ship has become a reality: On Saturday, the GRANDE PORTOGALLO, the first ship of the Italian Grimaldi Group, moored at the MOSOLF Auto Terminal Wilhelmshaven to load around 600 vehicles.

The first loading was preceded by months of preparation in order to create the necessary structures for the transhipment business. In addition to for example adapting the storage areas, it was also about the development of the necessary IT connections as well as the coordination with all partners involved in the business and the responsible authorities. “In just a few months, we created a new business out of nowhere – even though the current corona situation has didn’t make things easier.” said Dr. Jörg Mosolf taking account of this first performance in Wilhelmshaven.

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