Milestone delivery for Kamag

08 September 2015

Jürgen Dirr (TII Sales area manager sales), Frank Sube (SMP Großbeeren), Axel Müller and Susanne Ret

Jürgen Dirr (TII Sales area manager sales), Frank Sube (SMP Großbeeren), Axel Müller and Susanne Rettenmaier (TII Group presidents), Otto Rettenmaier (TII Group owner), Wolfgang Stadler (confidential

German specialized transport manufacturer Kamag, part of the TII Group, has handed over the 1,000th Wiesel swap body lifting truck.

It was delivered to Rieck Logistics Group, based in Berlin, Germany. The truck has hydrostatic drive and requires little maintenance, the manufacturer said.

Jürgen Dirr, TII Sales area sales manager and Wiesel and TruckWiesel business operations, said, “The interest of the logistics industry in our swap body lifting truck and terminal tractors is growing from year to year, we are market leader with this vehicle.”

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