The prize of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) is awarded for outstanding courses offered by German universities in the field of logistics and is endowed with 5,000 euros for the first time this year.
Federal Minister of Transport Andreas Scheuer has awarded our Master's degree course in Environmental-Oriented Logistics the University Prize for Freight Transport and Logistics 2019. The prize was awarded at the National Conference on Freight Transport and Logistics in Frankfurt am Main - and this year's motto was "Innovative Logistics".
"With the university prize we are promoting the logistics of the future and setting an important signal. Thanks to excellently trained specialists, Germany is the leading logistics location. The Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences succeeds in intelligently linking logistics, the environment and digitalization. With its master's degree course in environmentally oriented logistics, it is a pioneer for innovative logistics," emphasized Federal Minister Scheuer at the award ceremony in Frankfurt.