Automotive / contract logistics

Wagon entrusts Würfel with intralogistics

Approximately 800 trucks every month – 24 jobs – intralogistics.

Wagon Automotive Bremen GmbH has entrusted Würfel Industrie Logistik GmbH with performing comprehensive logistics services at the Bremen location.


Würfel Industrie Logistik GmbH, a member company of Würfel Holding, was able to win this order. Approximately 24 new jobs will be created to implement operations in Bremen.

Wagon Automotive as our client has long-standing, successful track record of operating as a system supplier with leading international automotive manufacturers in sheet metal forming, car body construction and in surface coating.

The range of services assumed includes logistics solutions tailored to requirements for incoming goods management, intralogistics for production supply and disposal, empties logistics and shipping,

Wagon has adopted the just-in-sequence and just-in-time methods of service.

The Würfel Group is a reliable and strong partner to the automotive industry in northern Germany and, in Bremen-Mahndorf, along with other locations, carries out final assembly, along with the just-in-sequence delivery of tank systems for a neighbouring automotive manufacturer’s car production.

“We are delighted that the quality and customised logistics solutions we can offer convinced our client and look forward with confidence to a long-standing collaboration in a spirit of partnership with Wagon,” states Karim Gebara, Würfel Holding’s Managing Director. “This order is of immense strategic significance for us in our endeavours to widen our customer structure in Bremen and to grow further in the business of contract logistics. We firmly believe that our steady growth will benefit not only our company, but also our customers and partners”.

“We are working full steam ahead to create the preconditions for flawless processes, which also especially includes a highly flexible approach to the challenges typical of the automotive industry,” emphasises Karl-Peter Sandelmann, manager at Würfel Industrie Logistik.

“The smooth and professional preparation of the project, along with its successful implementation and transitioning to go-live, were hugely important to us,” says Daniel Bert, Plant Manager of Wagon Automotive Bremen GmbH, expressing his satisfaction. “Having the quality of certain logistics services improved by a logistics provider with special expertise here enables us to focus on our own core business.”

Andrew Harris, Logistics Executive at Würfel Holding, is providing support for Würfel Industrie Logistics. “Putting together a new team with more than 20 employees is a huge challenge given the current skills shortage. In a situation like this, being part of a strong group is very helpful,” Harris comments.

Based in Bremen, Wagon Automotive Bremen GmbH has operated successfully for many years as a system supplier in the automotive industry. Around 24 Würfel employees to be tasked with ensuring intralogistics here. f.l.: Karim Gebara, Daniel Bert, Karl-Peter Sandelmann, Andrew Harris / Photo: Würfel