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The management of the MOSOLF Group is organised into different company divisions.

Through responsible corporate governance, the MOSOLF management forms the basis for the success of the group. By their personal commitment and expertise, the management always supports the concerns of the group's staff.

Chairman of the board (CEO)


Dr. Jörg Mosolf (born 1956) is a certified freight forwarding agent and can look back on over 30 years of experience in the logistics industry. After completing his MBA in St. Gallen, he did his doctorate at the University of Prague. He gathered professional experience in London and within various branches of the MOSOLF Group. Since 2002, he has been working at the company headquarters in Kirchheim. His responsibilities as a managing partner include company strategy, marketing and business communication, as well as sales.

In April 2018 Dr. Jörg Mosolf was elected President of the German Transport Forum. The German Transport Forum is the multi-modal industry association for passenger and cargo transport in Europe. DVF today represents companies and associations, manufacturers, service-providers, consulting firms and transport users. The approximately Our 170 members reflect the entire chain of economic value added of mobility. We connect the transport industry with other sectors like energy, construction, IT, finance and consulting. DVF is in constant dialogue with politicians, scientists, the media and the public at large.

Deputy Chairman of the Board and Chief Operating Officer


Gregory Hancke (born 1964) obtained a degree in business administration at a university of applied science before starting his career in the logistics industry in 1992 as works manager at a subsidiary of the MOSOLF Group where he took over as managing director in 1995. He subsequently held various management positions within the group before moving to Smart GmbH in 1999 where his last position was sales director. In 2004 he moved to Daimler AG in the global service and parts division. In 2005 he returned to the MOSOLF Group as managing director and Chief Operating Officer. He is responsible for the branches, subsidiaries and foreign holdings, as well as for order and process management, quality management, IT and Marketing & Sales Retail.

Chief Sales Officer


Wolfgang Göbel (born 1963) is a qualified freight forwarding agent and started his career more than 40 years ago as an assistant to the management at MOSOLF. After he completed his commercial apprenticeship and worked for two years in the sales department, he started studying economics at the Nürtingen University of Applied Science. Once he completed his studies in economics, Mr Göbel moved to the Sales/Marketing and Logistics division as manager. In 2010 he took on the position of managing director of MOSOLF Automotive Railway GmbH and in 2012 he additionally became managing director of SAT, Sächsische Autotransport und Service GmbH, and of ATC, Autotechnik-Center GmbH Glauchau. He occupies these positions to this day. Mr Göbel has been Chief Sales Officer (CSO) since May 2016 and is responsible for all sales activities and the long-term sales strategy at MOSOLF.

Since 2016 Wolfgang Göbel is President of the Association of European Vehicle Logistics (ECG). The ECG represents the interests of almost 100 member companies, from family owned SMEs to multi-nationals. Established as a non-profit making organisation to promote the interests of the car carrier operators in Europe, ECG is now the major platform for the automotive logistics sector bringing together logistics service providers, manufacturer logistics managers and suppliers to the sector.

Chief Financial Officer


Dr Kersten Ruoss (born 1974) holds a doctorate in business administration and has a CINA (Certificate in International Accounting). He started his career in tax and business consulting for medium-sized companies. Before taking up the position of chief financial officer (CFO) on 1 December 2016, he already worked for the MOSOLF Group in Internal Audit and as managing director of subsidiary companies. His scope of duties includes financial accounting, group accounting, treasury, legal and HR.