MOSOLF, one of the leading European automotive logistics companies and system service providers for the automotive industry in Europe, is impressed by the capabilities and innovative spirit of South Korea after the end of the German Pavilion at Seoul Motor Show. MOSOLF has used the commitment of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Digital Infrastructure (BMWi) to present itself at the German Pavilion at the Seoul Motor Show 2019 to exchange views with representatives from industry, associations, shipping companies and port operators. The modern Silk Road, known as One Belt One Road Initiative, will enable MOSOLF to transport finished vehicles in containers by rail from Europe to Asia and back in Q2 2019. This also offers new opportunities for business relations with South Korea.
"We were honored to be able to meet with so many important interlocutors," says Dr. Jörg Mosolf, CEO of the MOSOLF Group. "We have learned a lot about South Korea and appreciate the culture, the hospitality and the people very much," continued Mosolf.
MOSOLF is very committed in promoting young talents. “Thus, we were very honored by the invitation of Prof. Yong Jin Kim, Dean of Graduate School of Logistics and Asia Pacific School of Logistics, to give a speech at famous Inha University in Incheon. It was a pleasure to see so many motivated and talented students at the renowned Inha University”, added Dr. Mosolf.
MOSOLF is looking forward to the next logistics event in Seoul. On June 13th, 2019, Media K& organizes BVL Koreas 4th Korean-German Logistics Conference at Seoul. An appropriate occasion to continue the valuable discussions and develop relations.