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Interview with Luise, Carsten and Eva

Luise, Carsten and Eva took part in the Logistics4Future workshop and enriched it with their knowledge and ideas.


 
 
 
 
 

Luise Bartl

Hertie School of Governance, Master of Public Policy

Carsten Umerle

Heilbronn University, Master of Transport + Logistics Management

Eva Treu

Biberach University, Research Associate

 

Dear Luise,

why did you decide to take part in Logistics4Future?

I'm interested in what has to change so that logistics can position itself for the future, and how we young people in particular can contribute to this with our demands and ideas.

What do you take away from the workshop?

I noticed a great spirit of optimism and drew a lot of energy from this first meeting. And also renewed enthusiasm for logistics - it was really good to see that there are so many other young, motivated people in logistics with whom you can make a difference together. I definitely want to stay active in this group and contribute my expertise, my background and my ideas.

 

Dear Carsten,

why did you decide to take part in Logistics4Future?

Logistics is now at a point where many important strategic fundamental decisions have to be made, for example when it comes to the question of how we can shape the supply chains of tomorrow, especially in city centers. And I would like to be a part of these fundamental decisions.

What do you take away from the workshop?

The most important thing that has turned out for me is the realization that there is no one right path for the future, but that various factors are equally important in this debate and that we need compromises, as is so often the case in life.

 

Dear Eva,

why did you decide to take part in Logistics4Future?

I wanted to work with other young, knowledgeable people on a topic that affects us all and to which logistics can make a significant positive contribution.

What do you take away from the workshop?

In order to really advance the topic of sustainability in logistics, it is not enough to write a thesis at the university - it has to be addressed over and over again in companies and also in society and actively addressed. For me that means: Don't give up and don't let up, but keep confronting others with it.

 

These interviews were carried out by the GfG | Group led for design.