KP-Logistik schafft 100 LNG-Lkw von Scania an

Scania Deutschland hat seinen bisher größten Einzelauftrag zur Lieferung von LNG-Lkw in Deutschland erhalten.

Koblenz. Die Spedition KP Logistik mit Hauptsitz im mecklenburgischen Stavenhagen hat 100 Scania-Lkw vom Typ R 410 LNG bestellt. Wie Scania betont, handele es sich um den bislang größten Einzelauftrag dieser Art in Deutschland. Die Sattelzugmaschinen mit 410 PS starkem Sechszylinder-Gasmotor sollen demnach gleichmäßig auf die beiden KP Logistik-Standorte in Stavenhagen und Wustermark aufgeteilt und in der Lebensmittellogistik eingesetzt werden. Die ersten der 100 Sattelzugmaschinen sollen im Mai dieses Jahres an KP Logistik ausgeliefert werden, bis spätestens August soll die gesamte LNG-Flotte einsatzbereit sein.

Eigene Tankstellen geplant

Den Kraftstoff für die neuen Scania LNG bezieht KP Logistik anfangs aus einer mobilen LNG-Tankanlage, die Liquind aus Berlin bereitstellt. Zusätzlich ist der Aufbau einer Tankinfrastruktur an zwei neuen Standorten geplant. Bis zum Sommer soll jeweils eine feste LNG-Tankstelle im GVZ Wustermark und in Stavenhagen entstehen, die auch Fremdkunden nutzen können.

Zuschüsse ein gutes Argument für LNG

„Mit dem strategischen Kauf der LNG-Fahrzeuge wollen wir Vorreiter für mehr Umweltschutz sein und in der Speditionswelt ein Zeichen setzen“, begründet David Brokholm, Geschäftsführer KP Logistik, die Investition. Aber auch die Zuschüsse des Bundes beim Kauf, die Befreiung von der Lkw-Maut bis Ende 2020 sowie die Steuerermäßigung für Erdgas als Treibstoff bis 2026 hätten ihm die Entscheidung für die LNG-Technik enorm erleichtert.

Christian Hottgenroth, Direktor Verkauf Lkw bei Scania Deutschland Österreich, bestätigt den Trend zu Flüssiggas: „Seit der Entscheidung des Deutsches Bundestags, ab 1. Januar 2019 auch Gas betriebene Fahrzeuge von der Maut zu befreien, verzeichnen wir ein ständig steigendes Interesse an unseren LNG-Fahrzeugen.”

Quelle: Verkehrsrundschau.de: https://www.verkehrsrundschau.de/nachrichten/kp-logistik-schafft-100-lng-lkw-von-scania-an-2273927.html/1618332?fbclid=IwAR2g9Kmf1N0NGzRRGZrvEAnT3C1-eGYzP-CtaC_Mlnmnq3F3-_dRA5nh-7A

Professional Driver – Short Distance

We are looking for a Professional Short Distance Driver in Stavenhagen, Wustermark and Køge.

You bring:

  • A CE driving license with “95” in field 12
  • Collegial working
  • Passion for driving
  • You our car is advantageous
  • German or English knowledge

We offer:

  • A permanent contract
  • Hourly wages with expenses a supplementary benefits
  • Help looking for housing
  • A driver’s room to rent
  • After periods of employment, we offer holiday pay
  • Modern Scania vehicles
  • Shift work following agreed patterns, cyclical working is possible
  • Service always begins and ends at the cargo centre
  • No overnight sleeping in the truck required

What we do and who we are:

KP Logistics is a third generation-led family business that deals exclusively in the transportation of foods. We drive predominantly from central food warehouses to individual supermarkets to ensure that the shelves remain stocked.

If you are interested or have a question, please call or send us an email. We welcome applications in PDF form via email.

Contact point:

Daniel Tergan
Telephone: +49 3323 4209-112
E-Mail: bewerbung@kp-logistik.de

KP Logistik Stavenhagen GmbH
Preetzer Straße 1
17153 Stavenhagen

KP Logistik Wustermark GmbH
Leipziger Straße 3
14641 Wustermark

 

Car Parts Mechanic / Metal Worker (m/f) in Wustermark

We are looking for a Car Mechanic / Metal Worker and a Car Parts Mechanic for our Wustermark Cargo Centre

You bring:

  • A completed qualification as a Car Parts Mechanic / Metal Worker or a comparative qualification
  • General Car Mechanic qualification
  • A category B driving license
  • Structured and reliable working practices

Your tasks:

  • Repairing and maintenance of Scania heavy duty vehicles
  • Repairing and maintenance of refrigerated container trailers
  • Preparation for inspections and annual road certification checks
  • Working in shifts
  • Regularly prepared to work on weekends

We offer:

  • A permanent contract
  • A friendly metal working and service team
  • Office mobile phone
  • Further education opportunities
  • Ausbildung eigener Nachwuchskräfte

What we do and who we are:

KP Logistics is a third generation-led family business that deals exclusively in the transportation of foods. We drive predominantly from central food warehouses to individual supermarkets to ensure that the shelves remain stocked.

If you are interested or have a question, please call or send us an email. We welcome applications in PDF form via email.

Contact point:

Daniel Tergan
HR Manager

Telephone: +49 3323 4209-112
E-Mail: bewerbung@kp-logistik.de

KP Logistik Wustermark GmbH
Leipziger Straße 3
14641 Wustermark

Demba from the Gambia

Demba from the Gambia

At this point, I would like to report on our apprentice turned vehicle mechanic and his long journey getting to this point.

As the son of a peanut farmer in Gambia, Demba’s education ended after primary school because going to high school was too expensive for a family that had many children. He therefore decided to save some money and look for education opportunities elsewhere. He wanted to travel to Libya with a friend of his. His father even sold part of his land to be able to give him around €100. He then began a journey at just 15 years old that would take him further than he planned.

On the way to Libya he was arrested in Mali and all of his possessions, including clothes and passport, were taken off him. His hard earned money was gone quicker than he had hoped. It was one month later that he was able to continue his journey onto Niger. Finally arriving in Libya, he found out that his travel companion, who he had just separated from, had been shot dead. Completely alone in a foreign land, without knowledge of the local language and with no money, he wanted to go home.

He tried to do this from Algeria but it was not possible as all of the borders had been closed. He then met other refugees, who took him to Morocco to look for work. Demba found himself in a form of work camp where he worked for his accommodation but did not earn money. He described this as the worst part of his journey as he was close to dying and was confronted with death every day. He could not stay there and “escaped” with several others over electrified barbed-wire fencing to the Spanish side of Morocco. They undertook this on several occasions while looking for work, until Demba, injured and completed exhausted, could not go on.

Arrested by the Police he was placed in refugee accommodation for 3 months in Barcelona. After that he lived on the streets until Maria helped him. He stayed at her apartment on several occasions. Showing compassion, she bought him a bus ticket to Berlin. He still has contact with her.

His journey ended in December 2013 in a camp on Oranienplatz. From then on things went up hill. He registered properly and obtained better accommodation. It was two years since his departure. In that time he was not able to speak to his family once. His Mother was so overwhelmed with happiness to hear from him that she collapsed. It was only at this point that he found out that he had travelled through war zones.

At a youth organisation he met a young woman who was volunteering. They got to know and love each other. As asylum rejection threatened, she did not want to let him go, so they planned their wedding. He was therefore able to stay and obtain the education that had started him on his way. He went to school in Berlin and gained an intermediate leaving certificate with good grades. He wanted to complete an apprenticeship in mechanics or electrics, like his older brother. In search of a company that was open to the world, he came into contact with KP Logistics at a job fair.

After the first meeting, he was so impressed that he moved house and turned down an employment opportunity in Berlin. We support him and now he is living in our student shared apartment in Stavenhagen. Several colleagues have mentioned that he is more than happy there. He likes the work, which he is continually learning, his colleagues and his mentor like him very much. In addition, his colleagues have taken him under their wing and have fully integrated him into the team. He has reached his goal and now dreams of getting his heavy duty vehicle license, for which we will gladly help him.