Bremer Tagebuch in the House of Science, Sandstraße 4/5, 28195 Bremen.

Bremer Tagebuch 2016/2017 Annual Report

Three events relating to interesting topics in the areas of business, science and research took place in Bremen’s House of Science during the reporting period between October 2016 and April 2017. The events were attended by a total of around 420 participants from the Bremen region. Bremen’s BLG Logistics Group was the focus of the fourth event. Frank Dreeke, Chairman of the Board of Management of the Bremen-based logistics group, which is represented in 106 countries around the world, was invited to speak at the event. The subject of Dreeke’s speech, which he delivered on Wednesday, 26 April 2017, at 7.00 pm in the House of Science, Sandstraße 4/5, in the centre of Bremen, was “BLG Logistics in demand around the world”.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Malcho | Foto:© H. Gertzen 2016
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Malchow | Photo:© H. Gertzen 2016

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Malchow from the University of Bremen was a guest at the 210th Bremer Tagebuch event in October 2016 and gave a presentation entitled “Mega container ships: growth without rhyme or reason?”. Malchow is a shipping agent, naval architect, entrepreneur and, most recently, Professor of Maritime Economics at the University of Bremen. In the fully booked, 199-seat Olbers-Saal, the shipping expert explained why any further growth of mega container ships, which can be used only on the Europe–Far East route and cannot put in to any American ports, is becoming increasingly problematic.

Booked out Olbers-Saal in the House of Science | Photo: © H.Gertzen 2016
Ausgebuchter Olbers-Saal im Haus der Wissenschaft | Foto:© H. Gertzen 2016

It is the Bremer Tagebuch’s stated objective to generate interest, among young people in particular, in this series of events, which is unique in Germany. At the end of each event, participants always have the opportunity to discuss some quite personal issues with the respective high-profile speakers.

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