Mansio wins 1st place at the Digital Logistics Award 2023
The Digital Logistics Award was presented yesterday for the 6th time. During the “Zukunftskongress Logistik – 41st Dortmunder Gespräche”, the 7 finalists were given the opportunity to present their diverse and innovative logistics solutions to the audience in a three-minute elevator pitch. Afterwards, the audience and the expert jury voted for their favourites. The festive award ceremony of the Digital Logistics Award took place during the evening event of the city of Dortmund in the halls of the art exhibition “Phoenix des Lumières”.
Mansio GmbH is the number 1 at the Digital Logistics Award 2023
The Aachen-based start-up Mansio is on the winner’s podium of the Digital Logistics Awards with its software-based transport system for road freight. With its idea, Mansio was able to convince both the audience and the expert jury and thus secure first place, which is endowed with 15,000 euros and offers access to the network of Europe’s best Digital Innovation Hubs (DIH). The start-up’s system is based on the concept of encounter traffic: during a transport, one truck hands over its semi-trailer to another truck. This enables highly efficient use of resources and helps optimise supply chains.
Further information: Home – MANSIO (mansio-logistics.com)
CO2OPT secures second place
Second place goes to the north: The Hamburg-based start-up CO2OPT presented an intelligent method for optimising tyres for vehicle fleets at the Future Logistics Congress.
By matching vehicle profiles with the optimal tyre options, the system enables an effective reduction of emissions and costs in fleet management. Second place is endowed with 6,000 euros.
Further information: CO2OPT – The Best Green Tire Deal
3rd place for bobbie for 1Lieferschein consortium
A second start-up from Aachen was also able to convince the audience and the jury: The consortium initiative bobbie for 1Lieferschein presented the innovative concept of the digital delivery note format “1Lieferschein” and secured third place at the Digital Logistics Award. The prize money for third place is 3,000 euros. The start-up’s goal is to enable seamless collaboration between all players in the logistics chain. The vision of this initiative goes beyond its own business: it wants to establish the digital delivery note as a standard within and outside the construction industry.
Further information: 1Delivery note – the delivery note goes digital (bobbie.de)
About the Digtial Logistics Award
With prize money totalling 24,000 euros, the Digital Logistics Award is one of the most highly endowed awards in the logistics start-up scene. With 54 applications from 18 countries and 4 continents, this year’s award attracted the largest and most international field of participants to date in the competition for the prestigious innovation prize for start-ups, start-ins and innovation teams.
The prize money is provided by Digital Hub Logistics e.V., startport GmbH and the Open Logistics Foundation.
The expert jury
The seven finalists for the Digital Logistics Award were selected by a jury of nine experts: This year, its members were Andrea Peters (startport GmbH), Andreas Nettsträter (Open Logistics Foundation), Carina Tüllmann (Open Logistics Foundation), Angela Bisping (Axxum Innovation GmbH), Boris Jeggle (Rhenus Special Delivery), Jörg Wamser (FTTF – Fraunhofer Technologie-Transfer Fonds), Patric Hoffmann (DB Schenker), Andreas Werner (Swisslog GmbH) and Robert Bach (Beam GmbH).