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MAN appoints Fiege tec as service partner

Sealed the partnership created over the past weeks: Jörn Hollinderbäumer (Regional Manager Service & Parts), Ingo Warnke (Head of Service & Parts Germany) and Andreas Able (Central After Sales Network Management/Department Head) at MAN as well as the two Managing Directors Industry Logistics, Walter Johne and Michael Suden of Fiege Logistik.

Reckenfeld, 1st March 2017. MAN Truck & Bus, a Munich-based commercial vehicles manufacturer, has appointed Fiege tec, a division of the FIEGE Group, as a service partner. Fiege has been an authorised MAN service partner since 1st March. In that capacity, it executes all types of work, including guarantee and warranty services, for MAN. At its production in Greven-Reckenfeld, Germany, Fiege runs a workshop for the Greven/Münster region and manufactures vehicle bodies and transfer vehicles. “We are thrilled to have found a partner in MAN, to ensure the lasting and successful expansion of the location”, says Walter Johne, spokesperson for the management of Industry Logistics.

Fiege tec operates in addition to its own workshop for commercial vehicles also a vehicle construction unit for its proprietary brands, Swopper and KA-BA. The Swopper is an intelligent terminal vehicle solution that intersects between the road and the warehouse. The multi-functional tandem manoeuvres swap bodies weighing up to 18 tons, and it can be combined with any choice of traction engine. KA-BA is the leading brand for the manufacture of livestock transporters and represents 60 years of innovative solutions in special vehicle construction. The first livestock transport vehicle with multiple decks as well as the first livestock transporter built as an all-aluminium design, were made by KA-BA.

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The Fiege Group, headquartered in Greven/Germany, is one of Europe’s leading logistics providers. Its competence lies particularly in the development and realisation of integrated supply chain systems, and it is considered a pioneer of contract logistics. In 2019, the Group generated a turnover of Euro 1.7 billion world-wide with a workforce of 19,000. More than 150 locations and co-operations based in 12 countries form a dense supply-chain network. 3.3 million square metres of warehouse and logistics space vouch for the company’s efficiency.