Logistics Hall of Fame proposals due May 14

by Inside Logistics Online Staff

Proposals for induction into the virtual Logistics Hall of Fame or the Logistics Leader of the Year are due by Friday, May 14, 2021.

Anyone who would like to propose a candidate can submit his or her idea via the internet form at www.logisticshalloffame.net to the organization. Proposals are free of charge and take only a few minutes.

In the first round of voting, the Logistics Hall of Fame Council nominates up to 10 candidates from all the proposals for the final.

Winners will be selected in the second round of voting. The jury is made up of more than 60 internationally renowned experts from the field of logistics and supply chain management.

To be inducted into the Logistics Hall of Fame, a candidate must have made a technical, strategic, scientific, business or entrepreneurial achievement that is not only beneficial to an individual company, yet has a positive impact on the entire logistics sector.

The Logistics Leader of the Year recognizes trendsetters and pacemakers in the industry who have been particularly successful in promoting their company. The decisive factor here is the benefit for their own company.

Both awards will be presented in December 2021 at the Logistics Hall of Fame Gala, which is expected to take place at the Federal Ministry of Transport in Berlin.

The international Logistics Hall of Fame can be visited free of charge at any time at www.logisticshalloffame.net and offers information about the logistics milestones and their creators. It is supported by politics, associations, media, business and science. The patron is Federal Minister of Transport Andreas Scheuer.

The Logistics Hall of Fame was founded in 2003 and honours leaders who have made outstanding efforts to promote the development of logistics and supply chain management.

The Logistics Hall of Fame is a non-profit initiative with the aim of being a worldwide platform to publicize the performance capability of logistics and its importance for society.  Its patron is Andreas Scheuer, Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) in Germany.