Schnellecke Logistics becomes network partner

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The network of the Logistics Hall of Fame receives prominent support. Schnellecke Logistics joined the Logistics Hall of Fame in June as a network partner.

"It is up to the players in logistics to develop sustainable solutions out of disruptive technologies. This is the only way in which the logistics sector can do its job of acting as an interface and network element, rearranging complex value-added processes and aligning them for the future. The competitiveness of German and European companies in an almost completely globalised world depends on this. We support the Logistics Hall of Fame because it brings together the most important personalities who have contributed to sustainable logistics innovations that are essential today. Looking to the future, the Logistics Hall of Fame is an inspiration for the development of our industry. As a logistics integrator and close partner of the automotive industry, Schnellecke can only benefit from this", explains Nikolaus Külps, CEO of Schnellecke Group. 

The Schnellecke Group is one of the leading logistics service providers worldwide. The range of activities focuses on complete concepts from transport and warehousing to pre-assembly, value-added services, sequential production of individual parts and modules and container-friendly packaging. More than 1,500,000 square meters of warehouse space are available at more than 70 locations worldwide. One of the company's focal points is value-added logistics for the automotive industry, an area in which Schnellecke plays a trailblazing role.
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