Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA), one of Europe’s leading logistics companies, presented itself and its subsidiaries from 9 to 12 May at transport logistic, the world’s largest logistics trade fair, in Munich. The company presented innovative solutions and intelligently linked products that aim to make logistics sustainable.
Numerous visitors came to Munich to participate in the world’s leading trade fair for logistics, mobility, IT and supply chain management, which was able to take place again for the first time after the coronavirus pandemic. Over four days, approximately 2,300 exhibitors from 67 countries presented their services, products and new developments. HHLA exhibited again this year as part of the joint “Gateway Hamburg” stand, which Federal Minister of Transport Dr Volker Wissing visited on the first day of the fair.
Angela Titzrath, CEO of HHLA: “As a leading European logistics company, we see it as our responsibility to drive forward the sustainable and environmentally-friendly logistics of the future. One focus lies on the innovative networking of processes and systems and the optimisation of supply chains. We are convinced that our solutions meet the challenges of sustainable logistics and provide our customers with real added value. Our discussions with customers and business partners this week at the trade fair have confirmed this.”
At its 200-square-metre trade fair stand, HHLA presented logistics solutions that will make handling and transporting freight more efficient and more sustainable throughout Europe. These include climate-neutral transport with the HHLA Pure product, deployment of automated trucks in handling, and the use of artificial intelligence and big data analysis for optimal planning and control of freight transport.
Furthermore, this year HHLA offered its visitors a broad programme for exchange and networking with its experts, who presented the company’s innovative products, systems and technologies during “HHLA Business Talks”. Experts from HHLA and its subsidiaries HHLA PLT Italy, HPC Hamburg Port Consulting, HHLA Next, HHLA TK Estonia, HHLA Sky, modility, HVCC and iSAM shared their expertise on subjects from hydrogen to drones to artificial intelligence in logistics.