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Inke Onnen-Lübben becomes branch manager at MOSOLF Wilhelmshaven

Inke Onnen-Lübben (38) is taking over the position of manager of the MOSOLF branch in Wilhelmshaven with effect from 1 April 2020.

Onnen-Lübben will be responsible for the complete portfolio of products within the MOSOLF Group at the business site. Her tasks will also include supporting the development of an automobile handling terminal for loading ships in the inner port at Wilhelmshaven as well as storing vehicles at available open-air spaces at the JadeWeserPort Freight Village. She will be closely supported in this work by Jens Burmester as Manager Operations.

Onnen-Lübben worked at the port marketing company, Seaports of Niedersachsen GmbH, for twelve years, initially in the marketing department, then as its manager. Before moving to MOSOLF, the graduate industrial engineer was responsible for business development operations at the web and software developer, böwa GmbH, in Bremen.

Dr Jörg Mosolf, CEO of the MOSOLF Group, comments, “Inke Onnen-Lübben is a top-class manager, who has outstanding local network contacts and a huge wealth of international experience, particularly through her former management position in the port industry.”

The MOSOLF Group is planning major investments at its business site in Wilhelmshaven this year. In addition to automobile logistics, the company will be distributing electric utility vehicles made by its subsidiary, TROPOS MOTORS EUROPE, through its branch at Wilhelmshaven; they are being manufactured in Herne. About 2,000 of these class L7E compact utility vehicles are due to be produced in Germany this year. They will then be supplied to the North German and Scandinavian markets from Wilhelmshaven. MOSOLF is also planning to market a hybrid solution for diesel engines to reduce emissions on behalf of the Canadian manufacturer, dynaCERT.



About the MOSOLF Group: system services from one source
The MOSOLF Group is one of the leading system service providers for the automobile industry in Europe. The range of services at the family business, which was founded in 1955 and has its headquarters in Kirchheim unter Teck, includes tailor-made logistics, technical and service solutions. They are provided through a network of business sites across Europe and a multi-modal fleet that combines different modes of transport. The MOSOLF Group is organized into four central business units: Releasing Solutions, Transport Solutions, Logistics & Services and Retail Solutions.

The MOSOLF Group’s services cover the complete value-added chain for automobile logistics: from the end of the conveyor belt to recycling. In addition to transporting vehicles (cars, light commercial vehicles, “high & heavy”), its business operations include workshop services, special vehicle construction, industrial coatings, mobility services, releasing agent services, electromobility and vehicle recycling. MOSOLF provides all-round, customised solutions within this context for the automobile industry, fleet operators and car dealers from one source and also handles the associated data flow by means of modern software solutions.

TROPOS MOTORS EUROPE, a subsidiary of the MOSOLF Group, specialises in compact, electric utility vehicles for factory and city logistics. Working with its partner in the USA, Tropos Motors™, Inc., the company has specialised in producing purely electrical, compact utility vehicles in the L7E-CU (Electric Compact Unit Vehicles) category. The electrical carriers are designed to handle an extremely broad range of intended applications.

The TROPOS e-utility vehicles are long-lasting and versatile vehicles that have been developed for urban logistics. They are able to carry a large payload, have the largest loading space in their class and can be used in very confined spaces thanks to their short wheelbase and their small turning circle. The electric utility vehicles can be operated inside, outside and on unpaved areas and are available with a wide variety of exchangeable bodies.