PEMA and Schmitz Cargobull celebrate long-term partnership

Vehicle leasing company, PEMA, was presented its 15,555th semi-trailer from Schmitz Cargobull at the Transport Logistic trade show in Munich, Germany, this week.

Schmitz Cargobull Sales Director, Boris Billich, and Head of International Key Accounts, Jörg Irsfeld, formally presented the latest trailer to PEMA Managing Director, Peter Ström.

“Along with business success, our personal contacts have also grown and deepened over the years,” said Ström.

“This foundation of trust has proven invaluable for both parties,” he said.

Billich said that15,555 trailers for PEMA symbolise a positive partnership and reflects the quality of Schmitz Cargobull’s products and services.

“We are proud of the success that we have achieved together over the years and view the future with healthy optimism,” he said.

PEMA is reported to regularly acquire trailers Schmitz Cargobull, with orders  ranging from state-of-the-art refrigerated semi-trailers to universal curtainsiders and tipper trailers for agricultural harvesting.

PEMA is said to be reliant on the experience and quality of Schmitz Cargobull. In addition to its modern product portfolio, the company also offers a comprehensive service network with 1,700 workshops throughout Europe together with optimum spare parts supply.

“In times of high cost pressure, fleet owners need to have the total cost of ownership (TCO) under control,” said Irsfeld. “This transparency benefits both the customer as well as the lessor.”

PEMA, which was founded 1976, is considered by Schmitz Cargobull to be a pioneer in the commercial vehicle leasing sector and currently employs around 450 people. The fleet encompasses more than 18,000 units and the company’s own service network includes more than 25 sites in nine European countries. The modern PEMA fleet offers a diverse range of transport solutions capable of handling the needs of companies in the logistics sector.

Image L-R: From left: Daniela Klose-Borgaes (PEMA, Head of Marketing), Christian Heilers (Schmitz Cargobull, Key Account Manager), Peter Ström (PEMA, Chief Executive Officer), Boris Billich (Schmitz Cargobull, Chief Sales Officer), Udo Brestel (PEMA, Head of Sales Germany), Jörg Irsfeld (Schmitz Cargobull, Head of International Key Account Management).

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