Edition 47/2015
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Digitalisation changes the economy, society and social life of a city. Smart technologies also play an increasingly important role in logistics. At the annual science day of the Logistics Initiative Hamburg, representatives from business, science and politics discussed on question “How smart must a town be to do justice to the changing processes in logistics?” At the “Logistics Meets Science” forum, the Young Professionals ‘Logistics Award” was granted to Master thesis by a young Hamburg graduate on digital supply chain management.

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