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Andreas Fast

Leiter Vertrieb und Marketing

+49 5233 945 106
andreas.fast@spier.de
Thomas Berg

Leiter Verkauf DACH

+49 151 55 13 46 60
thomas.berg@spier.de
Rüdiger Pilz

Regionalverkaufsleiter

01-19 39 98-99
+49 3304 505 591
+49 151 58 37 08 28
ruediger.pilz@t-online.de
Matthias Henneke

Regionalverkaufsleiter

20-31 38 Niederlande
+49 5233 945 166
+49 160 90 54 48 82
matthias.henneke@spier.de
Tanja Neuhaus

Regionalverkaufsleiterin

32-34 37 46 48-49
+49 5233 945-1914
+49 151 55 13 46 66
tanja.neuhaus@spier.de
Raimund Heggemann

Regionalverkaufsleiter

35-36 54-56 60-69 97
+49 5258 991 435
+49 151 55 13 46 54
raimund.heggemann@spier.de
Andre Nübel

Regionalverkaufsleiter

40-45 47 50-53 57-59
+49 5233 945-3840
+49 170 58 10 64 9
andre.nuebel@spier.de
Andreas Jung

Regionalverkaufsleiter

70-79 87-89 Schweiz
+49 7134 138 64 70
+49 151 55 13 46 51
andreas.jung@spier.de
Bernhard Klose

Regionalverkaufsleiter

80-86 90-96 Österreich
+49 89 74 74 60 88
+49 151 55 13 46 53
bernhard.klose@spier.de
Stefanie Waldhoff

Großkundenbetreuerin

+49 5233 945 160
stefanie.waldhoff@spier.de
Matthias Schröder

Key Account Manager Kühlaufbauten DACH | NL

+49 5233 945 124
+49 151 55 13 4661
matthias.schroeder@spier.de
Matthias Schröder

Key Account Manager Kühlaufbauten DACH | NL

+49 5233 945 124
+49 151 55 13 4661
matthias.schroeder@spier.de
Gunnar Böttcher

Vertriebsinnendienst

+49 5233 945 154
gunnar.boettcher@spier.de
Irina Brendler

Vertriebsinnendienst

+49 5233 945 155
irina.brendler@spier.de
Detlef Hanke

Vertriebsinnendienst

+49 5233 945 165
detlef.hanke@spier.de
Hermann Krull

Qualitätssicherung | After-Sales

+49 5233 945-116
service@spier.de
Ansgar Markus

Ersatzteil-Service

+49 5233 945 169
ansgar.markus@spier.de
Philipp Jasperneite

Ersatzteil-Service

+49 5233 945 149
philipp.jasperneite@spier.de
Reinhardt Voss

Qualitätssicherung | After-Sales

+49 5233 945 140
+49 151 55 13 46 55
service@spier.de
Janis Boldt

Qualitätssicherung | After-Sales

+49 5233 945-138
service@spier.de
Hildegard Eilbrecht

Rechnungsprüfung, Einkauf von Beistellteilen, Beschriftung und Reinigung

+49 5233-945 144
hildegard.eilbrecht@spier.de
Christoph Fahrenberg

Einkauf von Ladungssicherung, Laser- & Kantteile sowie Schweißbaugruppen, Platten Trockenfracht, Quer- und Längsträger

+49 5233 945 3805
christoph.fahrenberg@spier.de
Jörg Müller

Leitung Logistik & Einkauf C-Teile/Kanban-Produkte, Klebstoffe, Werkzeuge

+49 5233 945 143
joerg.mueller@spier.de
Heiko Postert

Einkauf von Elektrik, Fahrzeugbauzubehör, Kühlgeräten, Kunststoff/GFK-Teile

+49 5233 945 2177
heiko.postert@spier.de
Reinhard Sostmann

Einkauf von Bodenplatten, Ladebordwände, Reifen

+49 5233 945 159
reinhard.sostmann@spier.de
Kai Degner

Leiter Einkauf und Logistik

+49 5233 945 230
kai.degner@spier.de
Johannes Brenneker

Einkauf von Aluminium, Beschichtungen, Fremdbearbeitung, Platten Kühlfahrzeuge

+49 5233 945 115
johannes.brenneker@spier.de
Viktor Ostertag

Kontakt für Neulieferanten, Lieferantenbewertungen , Projekte

+49 5233 945 3805
viktor.ostertag@spier.de
Stefan Potthast

Einkauf von Achsen, Bremssysteme, Fahrzeugbaukomponenten, Heckrahmen, Planen, Stahlbleche und -rohre, Türen und Rolltore

+49 5233 945 128
stefan.potthast@spier.de
Volker Brockmann

Leiter Konstruktion und Entwicklung

+49 5233 945 180
volker.brockmann@spier.de
Stefan Reddeker

Leiter Auftragskonstruktion

+49 5233 945 161
stefan.reddeker@spier.de
Steffen Brand

Leiter Ausbildungswerkstatt | Gewerbliche Berufsausbildung

05233 945 2192
steffen.brand@spier.de
INTERVIEW WITH JÜRGEN SPIER

| WE ARE FUELED BY PASSION

Mr. Spier, you are the managing partner of a medium-sized company with a long family tradition. Where is the SPIER vehicle plant today?

As a family business that has been around for almost 150 years and is a specialist supplier of commercial vehicle bodies, conversions and trailers, we are well established in the market as a full-range provider. We offer a diverse product portfolio and distribution vehicles, box bodies and tarpaulin bodies, refrigerated bodies, swap systems, trailers and semi-trailers for a number of industries. This includes both complete custom-made products and modular building block systems.

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How would you describe the customer groups of the SPIER vehicle plant?

Well-known companies of all sizes rely on our Steinheim vehicle systems - including the largest logistics groups and some of the most renowned brands in the world. With our "passion for superstructures", we set trends with our skilled workers so that our customers are successful.

How important is sustainability to you?

Sustainability is very important to us. We understand this to mean the continuous development of our company, employees, products, innovations, investments, processes, environmental protection and cooperation with competent business partners.

What challenges do you see for the future of the commercial vehicle industry?

In the interests of environmental protection, commercial vehicles will in future also be designed with alternative drives. The SPIER vehicle plant has already built most of the following alternative drive types and will meet future requirements: These include battery-electric drive, hydrogen as a drive (fuel cell), natural gas drive (CNG/Compressed Natural Gas), LNG drive liquefied natural gas). In addition, e-fuels can be used as a substitute for fossil fuels.

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In your opinion, how are current trends and changes in society affecting commercial vehicle solutions today?

Due to urbanisation and increasing online trade, transport on the "last mile" is becoming increasingly important. Technological solutions are required for these transports that take into account efficiency, ergonomics, but at the same time safety and environmental factors. The vehicle plant SPIER offers a variety of vehicle solutions. [...]
With global population growth, mobility is increasing worldwide. Freight transport will continue to increase in the coming decades. Numerous trends are affecting the mobility of the future. These are, for example, apart from urbanization and alternative and new drives, an awareness and action geared towards ecological sustainability as well as the penetration of almost all areas with information and communication technologies.

What does this mean for the transport and logistics sector?

The transport and logistics industry is in an enormous technological change process of departure and upheaval in a digitization and networking of the world. Scenarios such as vehicles and machines that communicate intelligently with each other (telematics), autonomously driving trucks and freight that knows when, how and where it wants to go are within reach. These developments pose further challenges in the development of economical superstructures and trailers. In order to meet the increasing challenges in the daily transport of goods, we are convinced that tailor-made solutions will increasingly show their benefits in the future.
Information and communication technologies will make work processes increasingly faster and more efficient throughout the entire process, from the development of a product, its production to delivery.

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Are special digitization projects also implemented at SPIER?

A specific example of a digitization project implemented by SPIER is our "Internet of Things" solution for vehicle tracking. Using an innovative solution, all vehicles in the SPIER vehicle plant can be localized and the logistics are greatly simplified. Every vehicle can be found quickly at any time and anywhere on the company premises, in the production halls and in their vicinity. 

At SPIER we live by the motto "Innovation out of tradition" and look forward to the future, because the future begins now.

Source: Economy plus X. (2020). Craft remains a top performer. Interview with Harald Iding.

Jürgen Spier

Geschäftsführer

+49 5233 945 112

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