Langendorf

Good result for the financial year

The Langendorf group of companies reported total revenues of about 48 million euros for the financial year of 2014 to 2015, which is an increase of about 11 % compared to previous year.

The Langendorf group of companies comprises Langendorf GmbH generating the largest share with 41 million euros as well as Langendorf Trading GmbH, responsible for vehicle rental and trading with used vehicles, and Langendorf Service GmbH, responsible for repair, customized conversions and distribution of spare parts.

About 900 vehicles left the vehicle plant in Waltrop in the period from October 01, 2014 to...

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