The Kieserling Logistics Prize

FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT
IN THE FIELD OF LOGISTICS



Since 2006, the Kieserling Logistics Prize has been awarded as part of Bremen Logistics Day to people or institutions in recognition of their outstanding achievement in the field of logistics.

The Kieserling Logistics Prize consists of a sculpture, designed by the Worpswede artist Prof. Bernd Altenstein and based on ideas suggested by Karsten Kieserling, and prize money.

Legal entities as well as individuals can be considered for an award.

PREVIOUS WINNERS OF
THE KIESERLING LOGISTICS PRIZE


Dr Henning Scherf, retired Mayor and President of the Senate of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen, presents the prize on behalf of the Kieserling Foundation for "Hattig’s logistic achievements in the smallest federal state".


2011 – JOSEF HATTIG
Retired senator

2010 – GVZ
Bremen’s freight transport centre

2009 – DAV
German Foreign Trade and Transport Academy

2008 – DSST
German Sail Training Foundation

2007 – DGzRS
German Maritime Rescue Organisation

2006 – DR HENNING SCHERF
Retired Mayor

 

THE KIESERLING LOGISTICS PRIZE
FOR OUTSTANDING SOCIAL ACHIEVEMENT

 

Svenja Hösel presents each of the prize winners, “Rückenwind e.V.” (left) and “Österreichischer Bergrettungsdienst” (right), with a cheque for 7,500 euros.


The Kieserling Logistics Prize also includes prize money of 15,000 euros. This year, the Kieserling Foundation is awarding this prize money to two non-profit-making organisations. "In accordance with its purpose, the Kieserling Foundation supports social services that are clearly connected to logistics," says Svenja Hösel, managing member of the Foundation's Advisory Board. "This year, we wanted to support one local project and one in our partner country, Austria. Hence we decided on ‘Rückenwind’ and the Austrian mountain rescue service ‘Österreichischer Bergrettungsdienst’." Both prize winners are united in their outstanding social commitment.

 

The Bremerhaven association "Rückenwind für Leher Kinder" ("Tailwind for the children of Lehe") campaigns for children between the age of 4 and 12 from the deprived district of Lehe. The association provides leisure and support services free of charge, as well as trips, games and large-scale projects.

 

 

The Austrian mountain rescue service intervenes when other organisations find themselves unable to continue. Qualified mountain rescue workers rescue injured people from rough terrain and undertake searches for missing people.

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