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MOST Mobile Specials

MOST Mobile Specials

MOST Mobile Specials is worldwide the leading supplier regarding the use of highly attractive special-purpose vehicles for promotion & events. The range of services extends from CBS (Customized Brand Specials) developments to the supervision of customer owned vehicles via vehicle construction and rental including complete support, besides personalisation, tour planning and logistics.

All started in 1988. At that time, boss of the company wanted to buy a very old Corvette Stingray during a stay in the US, but he did not find an adequate one. Determined to bring any old car, he bought one of these long chauffeur limousines instead of the Vette with TV, video, bar and separating window to the driver. It was not quite clear what to do with the "stretched vehicle" at all, when some people already asked whether they could charter the car for their marriage ... This is how it began. Further luxury limousines around 7.5 meters long were bought and went on tour for world-famous music stars such as Frank Sinatra, Madonna, Whitney Houston, Zuccero, Rod Stewart and many other artists.

In 1990, the first show truck was used. The company continuously specialises in the cooperation with advertising and event agencies as well as brand companies. Exhibition and stage trucks as well as the rental of promotion cars and bikes become the central topic. In the production at currently three sites, teams with around 100 employees specialised in the respective construction are working. Besides promotion vehicles, mobile solutions to health prevention, motor sport, military and security technology as well as difficult terrain are produced.

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