KARSTEN KIESERLING

THE GENERAL PUBLIC SHOULD BENEFIT FROM HIS PERSONAL SUCCESS



In 1963, Karsten Kieserling (born 3 April 1936 in Bremen, died 24 April 2006 in Bremen) took over his father's company, Erich Kieserling Bremen (EKB). His determination succeeded in growing the business to become one of Europe's leading logistics companies. Karsten Kieserling always saw a close connection between business practice and social commitment. He realised his wish to enable the general public to share in his personal success by establishing the registered non-profit-making Kieserling Foundation in 2004.

Previously, while establishing his own group of companies, he spent many years campaigning for Bremen to be developed as a logistics centre. He had long been an active member of the plenum and the Committee for Transport, Distribution and Logistics in Bremen’s Chamber of Commerce and was Chairman of the Committee for many years. It was thus clear to Karsten Kieserling that he should contribute towards the common good of his hometown of Bremen by promoting training and education, as well as science and research, in a particular way.

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