As part of transport logistic 2023, BVL is organizing four forum sessions on the topics of "The influence of geopolitics on your supply chain - current classification and outlook", "Cloud4Log unleashed - consumer goods are not enough - the digital delivery bill wants more". , "Logistics Innovation - Are Fax and Co. still the status quo?" and "Talent, careers and sustainability - is logistics attractive enough for the next generation?".BVL thus supports transport logistic as the leading trade fair for the logistics industry.
The open network of BVL International brings together experts and leaders from several professional fields such as production, trade, service, science and politics. Its main focus is the advance of Supply Chain-Management (SCM) application and development through an extensive exchange of knowledge and experience.
BVL hosts conferences and expert forums as well as free-of-charge events organized by its chapters around the world. Flagships include the International Supply Chain Conference and the Forum Automotive Logistics in cooperation with the Verband der Automobilindustrie (VDA). To further boost awareness of logistics and SCM in the public eye, BVL also initiated the “Supply Chain Day”.
BVL is an active community whose members strive to broaden their professional horizon beyond their defined circles, thus creating effective communication in a globalized economy. As a non-profit organization, BVL acts objectively and independently without promoting any particular interests in the political or economic discourse, but strives to actively address any issues of logistics and supply chain management as a whole
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Crises and geopolitical developments are putting pressure on logistics and supply chain management in particular. Transparency and networking are more important than ever, new strategies and new ways of thinking are needed, because they offer opportunities to remain successful in a greatly changed environment. That is why Messe München has made this topic the focus of the conference program at transport logistic Americas as part of the air cargo forum from 8 to 10 November in Miami.
Together with BVL, a white paper was published in advance, which provides an overview of the role of innovations in logistics. What can transparent supply chains be used for? What about the use of technology in logistics? Will we achieve a new logistics with data? And how do crises influence innovation? The paper is now available for download.
Road freight transport by HGV (>12 tonnes) causes about 25 % of all emissions in German road transport. However, the road is the mainstay of German logistics. Approximately 86 % of all goods and commodities are transported by road. Despite significantly lower CO2 emissions in shipping or rail freight transport, the flexibility and connectivity advantages of road freight transport cannot be compensated for, so that road will remain the mainstay of freight supply, with increasing pressure to become more sustainable.