A very special relation connects us with the Cluster for Logistics Luxembourg (C4L), its manager Malik Zeniti as well as its communication assistant Ronny Wolff. Mr. Zeniti, together with the former Germany Logistics Association`s (BVL) Chapter Luxembourg representative Thomas Mayer, are besides ourselves the main drivers of the Young Professionals Logistics and Supply Chain Management network. On the one hand, with the help of the cluster we got the opportunity to present our concept for the first time at the logistics autumn conference 2016 in front of a big audience. On the other hand, the most important institution for Logistics in Luxembourg luckily supported us throughout 2017. Among other things in organizing the Supply Chain Day in April or the field trip to Denmark in September There is no question that without the big support of the Cluster for Logistics it would have been much more difficult or even impossible and it would have taken much more time to build up such a community.
Cluster for Logistics Luxembourg at a glance:
The Cluster pursues the aim to strengthen Luxembourg’s position as a major European logistics hub – especially for high added value services. It encourages all initiatives that strengthen Luxembourg’s position as intercontinental logistics hub in Europe because it:
- Serves all its members as a neutral coordination, information and communication platform.
- Represents the interests of all its members by expressing common positions in relation with the future development of Luxembourg as logistics hub.
- Drives its members to innovate and develop their logistics skills as a main factor of competitiveness.
- Acts to increase the recognition of logistics in Luxembourg and promotes Luxembourg as a logistics hub abroad.