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Lufthansa Cargo continues cooperation with startups

FRANKFURT, Ger.–Lufthansa Cargo is continuing its partnership with RocketSpace on the Logistics Tech Accelerator program. In 2015, Lufthansa’s logistics subsidiary was the world’s first cargo airline to take part in the new program. U.S. company RocketSpace is helping selected young technology companies and innovation drivers bring their ideas and visions of the future to life.

“Digitization will have a decisive impact on the future of the logistics industry. Lufthansa Cargo is driving this change. We are pleased to take part in this promising program again as part of our innovation process and are thereby taking advantage of this opportunity to further expand our network with innovative market players in the digital field”, said Boris Hueske, Vice President Digitization at Lufthansa Cargo.

Under the program, Lufthansa Cargo is offering developers of digital logistics solutions an insight into the industry so that they can quickly bring their ideas to life. “We are expecting shared innovative solutions which we can ideally make ready for the market”, said Hueske.

Julia Kuzeljevich

Julia Kuzeljevich

Julia Kuzeljevich is Editor of Canadian Shipper. She has been writing about transportation and logistics issues since 1999.
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