One of Europe’s leading logistics events, the International Supply Chain Conference took place in Berlin, Germany, from October 19th-21th. This city was the center of gravity for logistics excellence, and Log-hub was once again a part of that global adventure!
The conference, organized by the German Logistics Association (BVL) was a diverse event with value-added benefits for more than 3000 participants. The know-how and know-who connected together in this prestige event. These three days of a memorable tour through the supply chain’s most significant innovations and news were a time to remember.
Our team was led by the representative of logistics expertise, the Log-hub CEO, Dirk Hanschur, and his team – Ritik Luthra, Kristina Stankovic, and Jovana Matejic, never failing to lead Supply Chain planners to improve their data-driven decisions by taking a first-class journey with our end-to-end supply chain optimization and best-in-class visualization products.
BVL Conference in Berlin was the perfect place to once again connect with Supply Chain Planners around the world, as well as with our dear partners. Our passionate logistic experts demonstrated our Supply Chain Solutions, including the newest addition to our Supply Chain Apps Portfolio – The CO2 Emissions App. This amazing sustainability tool is a product of our partnership with Pledge, making it possible for Supply Chain Planners around the world to level up their businesses by monitoring and reducing the carbon emissions of their shipments. We show amazing appreciation for sharing these days with Gerald Chifamba from Pledge, and making our partnership official, ready to fill the world with net zero heroes!
Besides the amazing Pledge team, we shared these amazing days with our partners from 3SC, strengthening the relationship and mutual values. Last but not least, we are showing profound appreciation to our team, Dirk Hanschur, Dirk Reich, Ritik Luthra, Kristina Stankovic, and Jovana Matejic, for their astonishing contribution to connecting Log-hub with the world.