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Our qualities: Passionate about logistics, experienced and digitally networked

Logistics People Community

The Logistics People Community is a logistics blog for sector experts and people who are interested in the subject.

It is a place where you can share ideas with others and obtain information about the latest topics and trends related to international flows of goods.

Dare to expand your horizons: discover the complete range of logistics services and innovative solutions for supply chains. To help with this, we provide you with articles, interviews, checklists, case studies, best practice examples and multimedia content.

We are the Rhenus Group – one of the leading logistics specialists with global operations and more than 100 years of experience. As experts in our field, we have interesting stories to tell about exciting projects. Discover what factors underlie certain trends. We can show you what our sector might look like in future. And we invite you to become part of our community.

Need information about a particular topic? Write to us at: hello@logisticspeople-community.com

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Logistics to listen to – experts are interviewed about all the latest trends in the world of logistics. Available on:

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Youtube – with subtitles in various languages

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Authors

Gwendolyn Dünner

I’m passionate about logistics because what happens at the quayside, in the warehouse or on the road is often ignored, but actually affects us all. Because nothing would be possible without logistics.

Published articles: 12

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Andrea Goretzki

I’m passionate about logistics because the stories that can be told about the interplay of global flows of goods and information are almost limitless and never get boring.

Published articles: 10

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Svenja Meurer

I’m passionate about logistics because I appreciate its diversity and dynamic nature. It creates global networks and continuously drives new solutions.

Published articles: 16

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Guest authors

Hans-Wilhelm Dünner

I’m passionate about logistics because the intermodal combination of transport modes stands for speed and safety as well as the climate-friendliness of global transport chains.

Published article: 1

Anja Ehrmann

I’m passionate about logistics because I‘m continually fascinated by the way it is possible to coordinate and control such complex processes.

Published article: 1

Loreen Fetthauer

I’m passionate about logistics because it is present everywhere in the world and creates new opportunities every day.

Published articles: 4

Lena Halberstadt

I’m passionate about logistics because the innovative solutions could not be more diverse. I support and accompany organisations in integrating analogue business processes into the digital world and pave the way to a new future!

Published articles: 2

Sabrina Meyer

I’m passionate about logistics because the range of topics is so varied. There’s no doubt that a great deal will develop and change here, particularly during the next few years. As a result, there’s always plenty of variety in the sector and a lot of innovations and I’m looking forward to reporting on these developments in future, too.

Published articles: 7

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Lukas Richter

I’m passionate about logistics because the constant progress of more efficient solutions with the aim of achieving an optimal supply chain inspires me.

Published articles: 7

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