This is what a revolution in the logistics sector looks like.
We are focussing on e-mobility and are competing for ‘central Germany’s electric mobility window’.
Nothing moves faster than our everyday lives. People and goods should be transported quickly and securely in future, but also efficiently, while saving on resources. That’s why we need new forms of mobility. This issue is extremely relevant for transport policy. That’s why the topic finds its way into the strategic orientation of our network. We want to play a leading role in shaping innovation, especially with respect to Thuringia’s exposed location for the logistics industry. In doing so, we don’t just define innovations as technical innovations that, for example, come from digitalisation or from new driving technology.
We also focus on new mobile approaches that have a sustainable environmental orientation, combining means of transport, and concepts that consider infrastructure and regional development in an integrated way.