Rainer Sasse

CEO Luxtrailers SARL

Mr. Sasse is 41 years old and graduated as an engineer.

In 1997 he started an apprenticeship as a vehicle builder at Scheuerle Fahrzeugfabrik GmbH.

From 2002-2005 he studied mechanical engineering at the University of Applied Sciences in Heidelberg. 
In 2005 he joined the Sales Team of Scheuerle Fahrzeugfabrik and changed in 2007 to the TII-Sales – the joint sales organization of Scheuerle, Nicolas and Kamag – TII Group. As Vice President of TII-Sales he was traveling worldwide, being responsible for the key accounts of TII Group as well as for the SPMT product line.

Since 2018 Mr. Sasse has been responsible for the operational business of the Luxembourg based company Luxtrailers SARL. 

Company profile
The Luxembourg based company Luxtrailers SARL is expert for heavy transport equipment & provides with tailor-made rental solutions for transport companies operating in the wind industry.
 
 


Event Programme Sessions

Wind Spotlight: Examining the Pace of Industry Growth

Renewable energy projects continue to dominate the breakbulk sector and this trend is set to continue for many years. However, there is often a disconnect between wind technology manufactures and logistics solutions providers. This session will discuss whether the current transportation available is sufficient to meet the needs of the wind industry in terms of number of projects as well as the increasing size of cargo.  fleet is able to transport increasingly larger turbines, challenge the current trend of increasingly larger wind turbines, and whether wind technology manufactures may need to invest in their own logistical solutions if they what to maintain the current rate of rapid turbine growth. 

Wednesday 18 May 14:15 - 15:00 Room 1

Add to calendar 05/18/2022 14:15 05/18/2022 15:00 Wind Spotlight: Examining the Pace of Industry Growth Renewable energy projects continue to dominate the breakbulk sector and this trend is set to continue for many years. However, there is often a disconnect between wind technology manufactures and logistics solutions providers. This session will discuss whether the current transportation available is sufficient to meet the needs of the wind industry in terms of number of projects as well as the increasing size of cargo.  fleet is able to transport increasingly larger turbines, challenge the current trend of increasingly larger wind turbines, and whether wind technology manufactures may need to invest in their own logistical solutions if they what to maintain the current rate of rapid turbine growth.  Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2