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Social Engagement

We as PSI Logistics do not only feel an obligation to our employees, customers and partners, we are also committed to helping sick and disadvantaged people. We do that for example by providing financial support to social institutions every year:

Initiatives & Memberships

Bitkom - Federal Association for Information Technology, Telecommunications and New Media

Bitkom is the association for companies in the digital industry. Its 2,7000 members include start-ups, medium-sized companies and global players. The association represents a large, efficient network and brings together the best minds and companies in the digital world. Bitkom is strongly committed to the digitalization of the German economy, society and administration. The goal is to make Germany a leading global digital location.

BVL - Federal Association of Logistics

The Federal Association of Logistics (BVL) is a non-profit association and sees itself as an open network of people who want to actively promote efficient cooperation in the globalized economy. More than 11,000 specialists and executives from manufacturing, trade, services and science are represented in the BVL worldwide. BVL's aim is to communicate the importance of supply chain management and logistics and to promote their application and development.

Club of Logistics

The Club of Logistics e.V. sees itself as a source of ideas and inspiration for the German and European logistics industry. Founded in 2003, it explores strategies with its members enabling the logistics industry to renew itself permanently, sustainably and flexibly in accordance with the respective challenges.

GOR - German Society for Operations Research

The German Society for Operations Research is the professional association for the scientific field of operations research in Germany. Its central task is to promote the dissemination and use of operations research in science and practice. This is primarily done through specialist publications, conferences, working groups and by promoting young scientists.

IFL - Initiative for Information Technology

As a representative of IT providers, PSI Logistics has been involved in the Intralogistics research foundation/conveyor technology and logistics systems (IFL) from its inception in 2005.

All member companies jointly launch pre-competitive research projects. The aim of the industrial research association is the continuous development of innovative products within intralogistics. Intralogistics covers the organisation, management, implementation and optimisation of the internal material flow, and goods handling including all related information flows.

Currently, we are involved in the “CO2neutral logistics centre” research project. IFL members develop recommended actions step-by-step for energy-efficient logistics centres. The focus is on a holistic approach to energy needs and energy cycles in intralogistics buildings of different types. The recommended actions should later help logistics centre planners to find the optimum balance between the conveyor technology used, energy-efficient construction and building technology, as well as CO2neutral energy supply.

IFI - Initiative for Information Technology

Together with other companies and institutions from the German district of Aschaffenburg, we are a founding member of the Initiative for Information Technology (IFI) supporting the establishment of IT degree programs at the University of Applied Sciences Aschaffenburg, Germany. Thanks to the initiative, it is now possible to enroll in the university’s degree program “Software Design” and to graduate as “Bachelor of Science in Information Technology”. Whether for a practical semester, as a working student or for the purpose of writing your thesis – as a student, you are very welcome in our company.

For more information on the degree program please visit:  informatik-aschaffenburg.de

IHK Aschaffenburg - Chamber of Industry and Commerce, Germany

The Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK) Aschaffenburg, Germany, is the self-governing body of the economy at the Bavarian Lower Main area. All traders in the districts of Aschaffenburg and Miltenberg, Germany, as well as the city of Aschaffenburg (except for the skilled crafts and trade) are represented in this chamber. The primary goal of their work is to create a better business environment for the economy.

IHK Dortmund - Chamber of Industry and Commerce, Germany

The Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK) Dortmund, Germany, represents the interests of the industrial sector in the cities of Dortmund, Hamm and the district Unna, Germany. At federal, state and local level, the Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK) Dortmund is a reliable partner for politics, administration and science, and conducts numerous discussions for the perception of the representation of interests as the voice of the regional economy.

Logistics heroes

Many people are unaware that logistics is the third largest economic sector in the Federal Republic of Germany and that its concepts and innovations – from network planning to process control in intralogistics – ensure that everything in trade and production is available at the right place at the right time with transparent shipment status. For this reason, PSI Logistics, as a founding member, supports the nationwide campaign “Logistics Heroes” in terms of content and financing, thus enabling authentic insights into the logistics industry.

For more information on the campaign please visit:  Die-Wirtschaftsmacher.de

LOG-IT CLUB

The goal of the LOG-IT Club is to bundle the competences in and evolving around the logistics industry in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) and to support the industry in the upcoming structural change to further develop NRW into the number one logistics location in Europe.

In addition to the promotion of innovations and exchange of experience in the field of logistics, the association aims to create a network for the industry in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.

VDI - Association of German Engineers

With approx. 145,000 members, the VDI is the largest technical and scientific association in Germany. With its 12 VDI professional societies and 53 departments as well as approx. 600 committees, the VDI offers its members a professional network to share know-how and generate knowledge. The association is also dedicated to the promotion of technical science and research.

VDMA - German Engineering Federation Association

With approx. 3,300 members, VDMA is the largest network organization of the European mechanical engineering industry. The association represents the common economic, technical and scientific interests of the industry. In addition, it serves as a platform for member companies to exchange information in numerous networks on technical challenges, interdisciplinary questions and many other topics.

Contact Person

Phillip Korzinetzki
Head of Marketing

Phone: +49 231 176 33-0

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