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Logistics industry mourns Hanspeter Stabenau

BREMEN. Hanspeter Stabenau died in June at the age of 85. He was a founding member and long-standing chairman of the board of the German Logistics Association (BVL). Born in Königsberg, he studied transport science in Cologne and moved to Bremen in 1961, where he worked for the German Foreign Trade and Transport Academy (DAV), first as a lecturer, then as head of studies. The promotion of the German Logistics Congress, which took place for the first time in 1984, was a milestone in his career. In order to promote the logistics industry, he repeatedly brought companies from various industries and the scientific community together under one roof. He also represented the DAV and BVL on numerous committees.

 

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