Automotive logistics specialist MOSOLF opens its first office at JadeWeserPort. Thus, MOSOLF underlines its interest in a port-based technology and logistics center in Wilhelmshaven. Compact and electric commercial vehicles could be produced there as well.
"The MOSOLF Group sees great potential for a new technology and logistics center in Wilhelmshaven. With its sea-faring waters and logistical possibilities, the JadeWeserPort offers the best possible conditions for car handling," said Dr. Joerg Mosolf, CEO of the MOSOLF Group. For this reason, MOSOLF has moved into a project office in the Pacific 1 building in the Freight Traffic Center (GVZ) of the JadeWeserPort in order to continue the project in which Wilhelmshaven is intended to be linked with the world.
"From Wilhelmshaven, there is a very good opportunity for waterborne and on-shore automobile logistics in the area of vehicle handling as well as automotive services nationally and internationally," Dr. Moslf added. With this project, the company is in talks with the Lower Saxony state government and the JadeWeserPort Marketinggesellschaft.
In addition, the MOSOLF Group is also examining whether Wilhelmshaven could be a potential further production location for planned small electric utility vehicles of the L7E category. TROPOS MOTORS EUROPE GmbH, founded for production and distribution of those vehicles and based in Datteln, could supply northern Germany and Scandinavia from here. "In the current discussion about alternative and sustainable logistics concepts, we can make a major contribution with our electric utility vehicles," said Dr. Mosolf.