Polish branch of BVL International - Chapter Poland. Bundesvereinigung Logistik is a trade association that has been operating in Germany for almost 40 years. It has a network of branches abroad, including in Sao Paulo, Singapore and Shanghai, as well as in many European cities, including Katowice.
The Association gathers a total of over 10,000 people from various countries, and there are also many Polish managers and scientists in its ranks. Among the members of the BVL are persons sitting on the Board of Experts, including: prof. Dr. Karl Novak - Chairman of the Board, representing Robert Bosch GmbH, as well as Dr. Lars Brzoska from Jungheinrich AG, Thomas Duvenbeck from Thomas Duvenbeck Holding AG, Thomas Moik from Airbus, Kay Schiebur from Otto Group and Frank Sportolari from UPS Deutschland.



The Eurologistics publishing house is an information platform bringing together logistics, transport, purchasing and production managers in the service of supply chain management.
As part of its operations, Eurologistics publishes magazines and industry portals of Eurologistics, Logistyka Produkcji, Truck & Business Polska, and Log24.pl creates research projects of the Logistic Operator of the Year, Supply Chian Designer, and Innovative Product for Logistics, Transport and Production.
The Eurologistics publishing house is the organizer of the most important conferences addressed to supply chain managers.


The Warsaw School of Economics is an innovative economic university, founded in 1906, developing creative intellectual potential and educating leaders in response to the challenges of the future. It is an important center of scientific research, new ideas and initiatives created by the academic community, graduates, as well as representatives of business, social organizations and public administration. SGH, being an independent and socially sensitive university, shapes civic and ethical attitudes through its didactic, research and opinion-forming activities.


The University of Szczecin was established by the Sejm Act of July 1984 from the merger of the Engineering and Economics Faculty of Transport at the Szczecin University of Technology and the College of Pedagogy. It began its activity in the academic year 1985/86, dynamically developing the post-war academic tradition and performing an important culture-forming role in the city and the region. It is currently the largest university in Western Pomerania, employing approximately 1,100 academic teachers and over 800 administrative employees, a university that meets all statutory requirements, comprising eleven faculties.