ELA partnerships with Logistics Hall of Fame
The Logistics Hall of Fame honours leading figures who have made outstanding efforts to promote the further development of logistics and supply chain management. This eternal pantheon is designed to ensure that future generations of logisticians do not forget the efforts and commitment of those who went before them.In addition, the Hall of Fame aims to document outstanding achievements in logistics and to encourage and promote innovations. In this way, it raises public awareness for the performance capability and innovative drive of logistics, helping to underpin the competitiveness and improve the image of the entire logistics sector. The Logistics Hall of Fame was founded in 2003®.
ELA is a SILVER supporter of Logistics Hall of Fame and Prof. Dr. Markus Mau, President of ELA will be a member of the jury starting with 2024.
Logistics Hall of Fame: Gala reception with more than 200 international guests in Berlin
- Cube storage pioneers from Norway inducted into the world hall of fame.
- Axel Frey and Harry Seifert receive Logistics Leader of the Year Award.
- US aid organisation International Medical Corps receives the Lynn C. Fritz Medal for Excellence in Humanitarian Logistics, which was awarded for the first time.
November 30, 2023. Thunderous applause at the TIPI am Kanzleramt in Berlin: on Wednesday evening, Cube Storage pioneers Jakob Hatteland and Ingvar Hognaland were inducted into the logistics hall of fame on Europe’s largest stationary tent stage. More than 200 international guests from business, science, non-governmental organisations and politics paid tribute to the achievements of the Norwegians, who founded AutoStore in 1996. Click HERE for the full press release.
Jakob Hatteland (left) and Ingvar Hognaland received the membership certificate of the Logistics Hall of Fame in Berlin
Prof. Dr. Markus Mau, President of ELA
Photos: Sebastian Semmer/Logistics Hall of Fame
International Medical Corps from the USA received the Lynn C. Fritz Medal for Excellence in Humanitarian Logistics.
ConnectChains - The Humanitarian Supply Chain Conference: New Logistics Hall of Fame event
The Logistics Hall of Fame launched a new international conference in 2023: ConnectChains celebrated its premiere on November 29 in Berlin. Partner is Fritz Institute based in the USA. The event aims to ensure that knowledge transfer in the field of humanitarian supply chain management takes place among humanitarian organizations, commercial enterprises, government representatives and other stakeholders, and that the players network even more closely. In addition humanitarian organizations and logistics companies should be better prepared to manage crisis situations in the future. As the Federal Minister of Digital and Transport is the patron of the Logistics Hall of Fame, the conference will be held on the premises of the Federal Ministry of Digital and Transport. Click HERE for the full press release.