Cooperation with CMPL means:
We are CMPL - CAT Mosolf Polska.
Our foundation is people People
We currently employ nearly 600 qualified specialists. Our employees regularly streamline processes, deliver the highest level of service to our customers and continually upgrade their competencies. We are a connected and efficient team. For many years we have shared the knowledge, experience and skills needed to achieve the organisation’s goals.
The quality of our services is confirmed by certificates Quality
We focus on maximising the use of company resources.
An integrated management system based on the current ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 standards confirms our credibility.
We strive to achieve sustainable development while caring for the future we shape and leave for future generations.
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Our Story Our Story
The 1st of May 2021 saw the merger of two strong companies in the logistics industry in Poland: MOSTVA and CAT Polska. This led to the creation of the current CMPL- CAT Mosolf Polska. CMPL has 6 logistics centres across Poland with a total area of 100 hectares and employs more than 600 qualified specialists.
Our second car centre opened on 12 October 2018.
On the site of the former Centrum mine
in Bytom, a state-of-the-art technical hall with a wash and paint shop was built on an approximately 30-hectare site, and a railway siding with three tracks, each 680 metres long, was modernised.
Our history began on 31 July 1997. Following a joint decision of the Shareholders, the expertise of German MOSOLF and French STVA was combined and Mostva was founded. In December 1998, land was purchased in Mszczonów for new investment. In 1999, construction work began at Ciemno Gnojna near Mszczonów. Between August 2000 and March 2001, further modernisation was carried out. The PDI hall was built on the newly established site. It housed an environmentally friendly car wash, a technical area, a professional paint shop and a pre-sales inspection area. Following the completion of the technical facilities, work began on the extension of the railway siding. In the autumn of 2001, we welcomed our first train of cars. 5 years later, in November 2016, we opened another new technical hall.
Meet CMPL’s international stakeholders who have nearly 50 years of experience serving the automotive industry. Thanks to the influential companies that have built their positions over the years, CMPL can now offer a wide and competitive range of services in the car transport and forwarding industry.
Supervisory Board / Management Board CAT Mosolf Polska
- CAT Polska Spółka z o.o.
- MOSOLF SE & CO.KG.
- Antoine Ritz
- Dr.Kersten Ruoss
- Peter Borrmann
- Wolfgang Goebel
- Wojciech Dutkiewicz
- Marcin Grabowski
- Robert Groman
- Robert Skibiński
- Grzegorz Kukuła
- Małgorzata Radoch
- Agnieszka Grabiec
Our social responsibilityOur responsibility
First as MOSTVA, and now as CMPL, we undertake activities in line with the concept of socially responsible business. We have been involved in local, educational, environmental and economic projects for many years.
We support the scientific development of children and youth, promote a healthy and active lifestyle, and help the local community. We believe that helping should be a natural and inseparable part of every business, which is why we undertake numerous CSR actions and we are socially responsible.
Giving back to society
The CAT Mosolf Poland team is taking part in the cyclical running event “Bieg z Radością” organized by our long-term business partner Toyota Radość. Competitors have a distance of 5 or 10 km to run. The purpose of the competition is to promote an active lifestyle. By doing this we support environmental initiatives, promote the local market, and popularise sports among children and young people. By participating in the run, we also support the patrons of the Polsat Foundation.
The run is a fun day for the whole family. CMPL employees regularly invite their relatives to participate. Our young competitors prove that a noble cause is worth supporting.
For several years, we have been financially supporting the FRESH Physical Culture Association from Mszczonów. Founded in 2009, it was first a sports dance club and, since 2014, it has been training children and young people in acrobatics and cheerleading.
The players are members of the Polish Cheerleaders Association and the Polish Cheerleading Sports Association. They have been highly ranked at the biggest national cheerleading events. In 2021, the team won gold and bronze at the 4th Polish Cheerleading Sports Championships and gold and silver at the 2021 Polish Cheerleaders Grand Prix.
We participate in sporting events as part of our commitment to the local community. We are also proud sponsors of the Kleszczów LKS OMEGA sports club.
Today, LKS Omega Kleszczów is not only a club that provides training under the guidance of professionals, but also a space for the development of sporting passions and skills. Thanks to the progress of training, talented players are finding their way successfully into sporting life.
We regularly invite freight-forwarding students from the Mszczonów Technical School to visit CAT Mosolf Polska’s headquarters.
Pupils have the opportunity to get to know our company as a potential future employer. They participate in thematic workshops on transport and logistics and learn good practices for preparing their CV. They gain useful competencies in the labour market, and some workshops are conducted in English.
As part of their full-day visits, WAT (Polish Military University of Technology) students have the opportunity to get to know our company from the inside as they see how we work and learn about our logistics processes. Visitors tour our centre and learn about the ‘life cycle of a car’ from the moment a transport arrives, through all the processes. They view the inspection at the entrance, storage, washing, further inspection, assembly up to loading, and departure to the dealer. Our specialists fully interact, sharing their knowledge and experience.
Rationalisation proposals are concepts that have been operating in our organisation for years. Every CMPL employee has the opportunity to contribute his or her own initiative affecting the development of the company.
We are implementing rationalisation proposals, ranging from the very simple to the broad. For example, WR/03/22 visualised replacing paper racks at PDS workstations with overhead feeders for lamp racks. On a broader, more advanced technical scale, WR/06/18 introduced boards for torque spanners at the assembly station.
There are also proposals directly related to ecology (WR/04/18) and technology. Technical changes to our car wash effluent treatment system can be seen, along with alterations that impact occupational safety (WR/05/22). We have introduced a traffic light in the PDS hall to indicate dangerous work is being carried out. This occurs during DNA anti-theft marking on car catalytic converters.
Proposals are an element of innovation and productivity enhancement. They also give employees a sense of appreciation from the company’s management. Financial rewards are paid for the implemented ideas.
In June 2022, we celebrated Inclusion & Diversity Day. At the company’s two largest sites, in Mszczonów and Bytom, we organised a picnic for employees of all nationalities, with special support from our Ukrainian compatriots. It was fun, colourful and very tasty.
CAT Mosolf Polska CEO Wojciech Dutkiewicz emphasised how important cooperation and respect for others are in our work.