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“We are preparing intensively for the distribution of coronavirus vaccines”

  • Interviews

We talked to Lufthansa Cargo CCO Dorothea von Boxberg about lockdowns, kerosene generated from electricity and their plans regarding the distribution of coronavirus vaccines.

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Transport by Hyperloop: Tube mail on a grand scale

  • Insights

Join us for a tour of the last two centuries, exploring innovative concepts for transporting goods and people by means of tubes, vacuum and electromagnetism.

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Climate-neutral up above the clouds

  • Insights

Hydrogen-powered aircraft could change aviation. Let’s take a closer look at the current status quo of this type of drive and what might lie ahead.

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“A reliable supply chain is important to customers and will become even more so in the future”

  • Success Stories
  • Interviews

A talk with Lenzing’s Marco Schlimpert about blockchain technology in textiles, transparency in the supply chain and the production of protective clothing.

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110 years of air freight – an uneven race and lots of silk

  • Facts

The age of air freight began 110 years ago. A plane of the famous aviation pioneers, the Wright brothers, took to the skies with silk and clearly won a race against an express train in Ohio.

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Día de muertos in Mexico: Between two worlds

  • Facts

At All Hallows’ Eve, Mexico shows off its liveliest side. Traditionally, on the Día de Muertos, they remember their dead. We took a look at this seemingly morbid celebration.

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“...a way to ease the burdens of logistics workers...”

  • Insights
  • Success Stories

We spoke with Arne Jörn, COO of Ottobock, about artificial intelligence in prosthetics design, recognizing patterns of movement and the use of exoskeletons in logistics.

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1,000 tons of fibers across the Iron Silk Road

  • Success Stories

Organizing a block train consisting of a total of 46 forty-foot containers from Linz, Austria to Qingdao, China on behalf of the international fiber manufacturer Lenzing? No problem!

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From learning exoskeletons to thought-controlled drones

  • Insights

“Wearables” – small, internet-connected computers that are worn directly on the body – simplify everyday activities and leave users free to work with their hands.

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Untangling track gauges: not all railway tracks are the same

  • Facts

It is widely known that, around the world, railway tracks have different widths. But how did this happen and what do horse hindquarters and Roman chariots have to do with any of it?

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“Even the best planning will not help if the external logistics are not functioning”

  • Success Stories
  • Interviews

ALUFIX, a company with over 55 years of experience in the production of packaging materials, and cargo-partner – we've got it all wrapped up!

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