Best logistics brand - third place for Kögel
Readers and experts rank Kögel in 3rd place
This was the second time that readers and experts were given the opportunity to vote. Over 260 brands were listed in a total of eleven categories. They were the brands that achieve the highest sales in Germany and are relevant for the market. The brands were nominated by an independent committee chaired by Prof. Dr. Christian Kille of Würzburg-Schweinfurt University. In total, 853 readers and experts participated in this representative opinion survey. Each participant had to vote in at least nine of the eleven categories. Altogether 29,709 votes were cast.
"The readers, industry experts and our customers can see the Kögel brand on the podium among trailer and body manufacturers and I would like to thank them for that," said Petra Adrianowytsch, Managing Director of Kögel. "We are particularly pleased that we were only just behind the company in second place by a very small margin and that, as a brand, Kögel has the kind of standing in the industry that we like to see."
Kögel Trailer GmbH & Co.KG
Kögel is one of the leading trailer manufacturers in Europe. Since it was established in 1934, the company has manufactured more than 500,000 trailers. With its commercial vehicles and solutions for freight-forwarding companies and the construction industry, the company has been providing 'Made in Germany' engineering quality for more than 80 years. During this period, it has maintained its passion for transport and innovation, enabling it to offer proven, long-lasting added value to freight-forwarding companies. The company headquarters and main production facility of Kögel Trailer GmbH & Co. KG are located in the Bavarian town of Burtenbach. Kögel also has factories and premises in Ulm (Germany), Duingen (Germany), Chocen (Czech Republic) and Moscow (Russia).
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