Logistics Hall of Fame appoints 13 new jurors
For the first time, 13 new members of the jury will be able to take part in deciding who will move into the world-famous logistics hall and who will receive the "Logistics Leader of the Year" award
The Logistics Hall of Fame announced the appointment of 13 new jurors shortly before this year's voting phase. First time voters are:
Winfried Bauer, Editor-in-Chief f+h Fördertechnik, Materialfluss, Logistik 4.0, Germany
Snejina Badjeva, Editor-in-Chief of LOGISTIKA magazine, Bulgaria
Marten Bosselmann, Chairman of the German Parcel & Express Logistics Association (BIEK) e.V., Germany
Prof. Dr. Johannes Fottner, Holder of the fml - Chair of Materials Handling Material Flow Logistics, Technical University Munich, Germany
Johannes Giloth, Chief Procurement Officer and SVP of Global Operations at Nokia, Germany
Jacqueline Goebel, Logistics Editor at WirtschaftsWoche, Germany
Horst Kottmeyer, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Bundesverband Güterkraftverkehr Logistik und Entsorgung (BGL) e.V., Germany
Jürgen Maidl, BMW Group, Head of Production Network and Logistics, Germany
Maurizio Peruzzi, Editor-in-Chief of the Italian magazine Il Giornale della Logistica, Italy
Szilvia Rapi-Jaubert, Editor and Chief Editor of Supply Chain Monitor, Hungary
Andreas Reutter, Executive Vice President Global Logistics Services at Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany
Berthold Steber, Director Global Parts Logistics, Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG, Germany
Jarlath Sweeney, Editor-in-Chief of Fleet Publications, Ireland's largest road transport and commercial vehicle publishing group, Claremorris
In the coming weeks, a total of 69 jury members from eleven countries will vote on who will move into the Logistics Hall of Fame at the end of 2019 and who will receive the "Logistics Leader of the Year" award for the first time. 21 jurors come from business, 19 from the media, 18 from associations and politics, and eleven from academia.
At the end of June, the Logistics Hall of Fame Council had nominated five personalities from a total of 30 entries for admission to the world-famous logistics hall. For the first time, four finalists have also been nominated for the "Logistics Leader of the Year".
Both awards will be presented at the annual gala reception at the beginning of December in the Erich Klausener Hall of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI), Berlin.