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Project logistics start the new year optimistically

BREMEN. ZIn January, the BHV Project Logistics Forum took place for the tenth time in the Haus der Bürgerschaft in Bremen. Around 150 experts from the project logistics community met up to talk about current market insights and trends focused around “a resilient and future-proof industry”. During the event the “BHV Project Logistics Award” was awarded for the first time.It went to OHB Digital Services from Bremen for a software solution that can produce a digital image of all goods, movements, processes and means of transport in real time. In the “Project Logistics Monitor” online survey, which has since become an integral part of the event, 70 per cent of the attendees reported encouraging figures and an increase in cargo volume for 2022 year on year.

Credits: Wygand

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