Dr Kersten Ruoss (pictured) has joined German multimodal vehicle logistics provider, Mosolf Group, as its new chief financial officer (CFO). He replaces Friedbert Maul who is leaving the company this week after two years in the job.
Dr Ruoss, who also joins the management board, has been with Mosolf since 2013 and was most recently responsible for the group’s internal audit, as well as being managing director of Mosolf Grundstücksgesellschaft, which is the real estate company of the group in charge of the management and aquisition, as well as the letting of Mosolf sites in Germany. A replacement for that role has yet to be announced. Mosolf provides finished vehicle services on road, rail and inland waterway across Europe.
“We’re gaining a very experienced financial expert in the person of Dr Kersten Ruoss, who knows a great deal about our organisation and the finished vehicle logistics business,” said Dr Jörg Mosolf, managing partner and CEO of the Mosolf Group.
This latest executive announcement follows Wolfgang Göbel’s appointment to the newly-created position of chief sales officer at Mosolf earlier this year.
Last year, Mosolf Group’s turnover was €330m ($352m).