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Project logistics expert forum focusses on sustainability

BREMEN. “A sustainable outlook for 2022” – this was the motto of the Project Logistics Expert Forum, hosted by BHV – Bremische Hafen- und Logistikvertretung – on 17 January. The event took place virtually once again as a result of the pandemic. Along with representatives from the industrial and the logistics sectors, the BHV discussed the current market situation in project logistics and the market, focussing on sustainability. Before the forum actually took place, an online survey was conducted as part of the “BHV Project Logistics Monitor 2021/2022”, the results of which are due to be published shortly.

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