Humbaur GmbH becomes a gold sponsor and thus significantly expands its commitment to the Logistics Hall of Fame. Two of Europe's leading trailer manufacturers are now supporting the logistics initiative, as Humbaur's sister company Kögel has also been a sponsor of the World´s logistics pantheon since the beginning of the year.
The Hamburg family business Gebr. Heinemann is a member of the Supporters' Circle of the Logistics Hall of Fame. The trading company wants to set an example for the importance of modern logistics as a competitive advantage in the international travel retail trade.
The Austrian system integrator TGW Logistics Group now supports the Logistics Hall of Fame. The intralogistics specialist with around 3,500 employees recently signed a network partnership.
The Hamburg-based provider and manager of logistics and corporate real estate, GARBE Industrial Real Estate GmbH, is now supporting the Logistics Hall of Fame. The Hanseats have recently concluded a network partnership.
The time has come again: The proposal phase of the Logistics Hall of Fame has begun. This year, for the first time, proposals for a "Logistics Leader of the Year" can be submitted in addition to the globally known members.
A glamorous stage for Professor Rolf Schnellecke: On December 5, 2018 the outsourcing pioneer was admitted access to the Logistics Hall of Fame on the occasion of the annual gala reception of the Logistics Hall of Fame in the historic Erich Klausener Hall of the Federal Ministry of Transport in Berlin, Germany. More than 250 guests, including the leading figures of the automotive industry and logistics, accompanied the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Wolfsburg-based Schnellecke Group AG & Co. KG, when he received the membership certificate made of glass and metal.
PTV Group is committed to the Hall of Fame as a new member of the supporters' circle. As one of the leading software manufacturers, PTV plans and optimizes everything that moves people and goods worldwide.
TRATON AG joined the Logistics Hall of Fame supporter circle. By doing so, one of the world´s largest commercial vehicle manufacturers fosters the documentation of logistical milestones and wants to contribute to the networking and further development of transport and logistics. TRATON comprises the brands MAN, Scania, Volkswagen Caminhões e Ônibus and RIO.
The Logistics Hall of Fame will have another prominent member. Rolf Schnellecke, chairman of the Ssupervisory board of Schnellecke Group AG & Co. KG, will be inducted into the Hall of Fame of Logistics as an "outsourcing trendsetter and innovator of automotive logistics". He is the 34th member among the most deserving logisticians in the world. Official admission will take place on December 5 on the occasion of the annual Logistics Hall of Fame gala reception in the Erich-Klausener-Hall of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure in Berlin.
The circle of supporters of the Logistics Hall of Fame is growing further. CHEP Deutschland GmbH joined the group in June.
"Without the inventions of logistics, our world would be chaos. The Logistics Hall of Fame impressively demonstrates to all of us what logistics does for humanity every day. CHEP is more than willing to support this," says Kai Derda, Managing Director of CHEP Deutschland GmbH, explaining the company's commitment.
Steffen Bilger, Parliamentary State Secretary at the German Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, is the new juror of the Logistics Hall of Fame. In future, the parliamentarian will once a year cast his vote during the election of the new member.
The finalists for the World´s Logistics Hall of Fame selection have now been selected. Last Wednesday, Federal Transport Minister Andreas Scheuer invited the Logistics Hall of Fame Council to the ministry, where in a first ballot the committee nominated a total of seven personalities. Prior to this, 25 valid entries from Australia, Denmark, Germany, Finland, Great Britain, Serbia, Switzerland and the USA reached the hall.
Andreas Scheuer, Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, has assumed patronage of the Logistics Hall of Fame. In addition, as a member of the jury, he will future determine who will be inducted to the world´s pantheon of logistics.
Who achieved great things in logistics and has earned a place in the Logistics Hall of Fame? Proposals can be submitted until 14 May 2018.
It's now official: on Thursday, Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon.com, was inducted into the world´s logistics pantheon. 170 guests of honour from politics, science, industry and the media accepted the invitation of the Logistics Hall of Fame to celebrate the successful Internet pioneer in the historic Erich Klausener Hall of the German Transport Ministry in Berlin.
The Logistics Hall of Fame has a new member. Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon has made it among the ranks of the world's most famous logisticians. He has been honored as a “revolutioniser of e-commerce and logistics”. Bezos will be officially inducted in a ceremony at the annual Logistics Hall of Fame Gala in the Erich Klausener Hall of the German Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure in Berlin on November 9.
The Austrian "LOGISTIK-Kurier" has joined the supporter´s circle of the Logistics Hall of Fame.
The finalists for election to the official Logistics Hall of Fame 2017 have now been decided. At a meeting of the nomination committee last Tuesday at the 7th Federal Conference Transport and Logistics, staged by the Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) in Munich, the committee nominated eight individuals for induction into the international pantheon of logistics.
The Logistics Hall of Fame proposal portal has opened. Anyone can now be proposed or submit applications from around the world for induction into the international logistics pantheon.
Magic moments in the historic Erich Klausener Hall of the German Transport Ministry in Berlin: on November 29, 170 guests of honour from politics, academia, industry and the media celebrated the official induction of the 13 new members into the logistics pantheon with standing ovations. The pictures of the evening.
The finalists for election to the Logistics Hall of Fame have now been decided.
Up to April 30 individuals or groups of people can be proposed for the Logistics Hall of Fame.
Famous U.S. logistics journalist Dave Blanchard has been appointed to the jury of the Logistics Hall of Fame. He is the first U.S. member of the body.
Last Thursday, the Daimler founder and inventor of the truck was honoured many years after his important work.