What is the image of logistics like? – eCommerce magazine

With the short survey “Logistics in times of Corona“The initiative“ Die Wirtschaftsmacher ”would like to determine whether, according to assessments by actors from business, the media and the general public, the perception of logistics has also changed as a result of the corona pandemic. Two aspects are asked about in the survey: On the one hand, how the respondent himself perceives the logistics. On the other hand, the survey aims to determine how he assesses the perception of the general public and whether, in his opinion, this perception has changed.

The survey consists of eight questions that only take around five minutes to answer. At the survey From Die Wirtschaftsmacher, interested parties can take part until October 7, 2020. The results will be published in mid-October.

The quick survey is intended to provide insights into the image of logistics. (Image: The

The initiative The economists has set itself the goal of improving the image of the logistics industry in society. Over 100 companies, logistics-related associations, clubs and the media take part in the initiative. These include corporations like Airbus, BMW or VW, trading companies like Edeka, Amazon Deutschland Services GmbH and Zalando, logistics service providers like BLG, Duvenbeck, ITG, Kühne + Nagel, LGI, Loxxess, Meyer Logistik, Seifert Logistics or Zufall, software companies like AEB, PSI , Siemens Digital Logistics or Timocom,

The initiative also includes associations and networks such as the Air Cargo Community Frankfurt, the Bundesvereinigung Logistik eV (BVL), the Bundesverband Paket und Expresslogistik (BIEK), the Bundesverband Spedition und Logistik (DSLV), the German Transport Forum, the Initiative Logistikimmobilien (Logix) , the general cargo network System Alliance, the Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA), the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) as well as other companies and non-material sponsors from various areas.

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