Rhine Power

Sunday, 30. September 2018

Duisburg company steel logistics industry again managed by its owners recently has the Duisburg-based logistics company Rheinkraft International GmbH (RKI) a notable shareholder change experienced. It bought with his newly-founded LIMA GmbH (logistics, investments, management) “simply” out the long-standing RKI Chief Executive Dirk Michael Muller the Rhine power from the Belgian transport and railway company SNCB logistics. Thus, the medium-sized strong Rhine force now is an owner-managed company with a new, old, and now independent Managing Director. The Dirk Michael Muller (50) employed since 2009 as Managing Director of Rheinkraft International GmbH has established the LIMA GmbH (logistics, investments and Management GmbH) as the basis for a management-buy-out end of August 2013 and directs the strategic and operational business of the Duisburg steel logistics well as owner. Thus arises the Rhine power International GmbH as a former subsidiary of the Belgian SNCB logistics in the future on owner-managed medium-sized logistics company. The Board of SNCB logistics has decided in the summer of 2012 to concentrate in future on core competence in rail transport and thus to separate from all other activities such as, for example, the power of the Rhine. To the new owner Dirk Michael Muller: seldom before the Rhine force was screened so microscopic, such as in the following negotiations. And I’m not fail to explain how much this Rhine force me again until convinced to the last detail.

The high motivation of the staff and the meticulous performance audit and strategy analysis that the Rhine power is not only on healthy legs, but has potential for sustainable development show me.” Proven personal and entrepreneurial structures deliberately continue in the company. In a very special way, this applies to the alignment of existing services and service portfolios. This new orientation has no negative for employees and customers Consequences. All contracts are in place with all rights and obligations about the current change of the shareholder.

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