logineer joins four important industry associations
Strong networking and the aim to provide the industry with impulses for digitalisation were the reasons for logineer to become a member of important industry associations. logineer has now docked with the digital association Bitkom and the logistics associations LIHH, LAG and BVL and has tackled the first joint projects with them.
The topics "Digital Workplace for Logistics" and "Cyber Security" will be at the forefront of the work with the associations. It is planned to participate in events and to support publications. The aim is to make logineer known to potential partners and customers.
Logistics Initiative Hamburg (LIHH)
With more than 500 member companies and institutions from the Hamburg metropolitan region, the Logistics Initiative Hamburg (LIHH) is the largest network of locations in the industry in Europe. A wide variety of different participants are represented in the public-private partnership: from research, development, trade and industry, as well as public institutions and start-ups. For its member companies and partners, LIHH sees itself as the first point of contact for all questions relating to Hamburg's logistics-related economy.
logineer has its headquarters in Hamburg and would like to establish a good network in the industry here. LIHH offers an excellent opportunity to do so. logineer has already had the opportunity to present itself in LIHH's "LOGISTIK Report 2021/2022".
- Website: https://www.hamburg-logistik.net/
- LOGISTIK Report 2021/2022: Report on logineer | The complete LOGISTIK Report as PDF
Bundesvereinigung Logistik (BVL)
The non-profit association based in Bremen counts around 11,300 members from trade, industry, science and the service sector. BVL is a logistics competence network and promotes, among other things, the training and further education of logistics experts. BVL is organised in numerous regional groups. For almost 40 years, it has been inviting people to the annual Deutschen Logistik-Kongress (German Logistics Congress) DLK.
logineer is pleased to be able to engage in a lively exchange with BVL members via the regional groups. logineer will also be an exhibitor at the German Logistics Congress in October 2022.
Logistics Alliance Germany (LAG)
The Logistics Alliance Germany (LAG) is a public-private alliance of the Federal Ministry of Digital Affairs and Transport (BMDV) and the German logistics industry. Its goal is to market Germany as a logistics base around the world under the motto "Logistics made in Germany".
The Förderverein LAG e.V. covers the entire spectrum of German logistics companies: from textile to automotive logistics, from seaports to airports, from small and medium-sized enterprises to globally operating corporations. With just under 70 members, the association is small but excellent.
logineer, as an IT service provider for air and sea freight logistics, is interested in the international transport markets. With its international orientation, the LAG presents itself as a source of knowledge and contacts for logineer's work at locations all over the world.
Bitkom e. V.
Bitkom e. V. (formerly the Bundesverband Informationswirtschaft, Telekommunikation und neue Medien - German Association for Information Technology, Telecommunications and New Media) is an industry association representing more than 2,000 companies from the German and international information and telecommunications industry - including IT and telecommunications service providers, digital media and consumer electronics companies, hardware manufacturers and software vendors. Among the members are almost all global players, more than 1000 medium-sized companies and more than 500 start-ups.
With logistics being a new topic focus of this important industry association, logineer has decided to become a member of Bitkom and is looking forward to having exciting discussions, for example, within the context of the Logistics & Digital Supply Chain dialogue series.