"We are entering the new year with confidence"
“We can look back on a year in which global supply chains have largely eased and normalized again. At the same time, however, the combination of overcapacity and high inflation caused new upheavals, particularly in air and sea freight. It is clear that the special boom in logistics came to an end in 2023.
Relaxation and normalization – as logisticians and global citizens, we operate in volatile structures and conditions to which these two terms do not apply. Geopolitical upheavals and long-term structural trends will continue to result in high and rising costs, for example for energy, personnel and transport partners. In addition, we must continue to invest significantly in digitalization and automation as well as climate protection measures in order to be able to offer our services with convincing quality in the future.