23 February 2023 | News
Markus Sandbrink, the Rhenus Group’s Chief Information Officer, and Andreas Nettsträter, the CEO of the Open Logistics Foundation, are guests in the podcast “Logistics People Talk”, powered by Rhenus. They emphasize the benefits provided by open source to establish de-facto standards and how competitors can confidently and successfully share ideas.
9 February 2023 | News
With a significant increase in the number of member organisations, the Open Logistics Foundation has made the transition from the build-up to the growth phase earlier than expected. As agreed upon already when the Foundation was established in December 2021, this transition is accompanied by a reorganisation of the Foundation’s Board of Directors: Jochen Thewes, CEO of DB Schenker, hands over the chair to Dr. Stephan Peters, a member of the Board of Rhenus.
23 January 2023 | News
In a panel at the Digital Summit, the Open Logistics Foundation used the example of the eConsignment note (eCMR) to show how joint development of open-source solutions can bring together the entire logistics industry.
18 October 2022 | News
Andreas Nettsträter, CEO of the Open Logistics Foundation, and Ingo Müller, Department Head Prototyping & Testing at Dachser, one of the founding companies of the foundation, talk about the importance of “Open Source in Logistics and Supply Chain” in the new episode (#135) of the podcast of the Bundesvereinigung Logistik (BVL), The Global Supply Chain Network.
21 July 2022 | News
The Board of the Open Logistics Foundation met at Rhenus Logistics in Holzwickede.
14 June 2022 | News
The open source eCMR is intended to enable the creation, storage, and further processing of digital consignment notes for both national and cross-border transport.
7 April 2022 | News
The first dates and topics for the joint event series “Deep Dive Open Source” of the Open Logistics Foundation and the research project Silicon Economy at Fraunhofer IML have been set.
7 April 2022 | News
Researchers at Fraunhofer IML have now made results of software and hardware developments from development projects of the “Silicon Economy” research project available in the repository of the Open Logistics Foundation.
26 October 2021 | News
Today, Dachser, DB Schenker, duisport and Rhenus established the Open Logistics Foundation in Berlin. The purpose of the non-profit foundation is to build a European open-source community aiming to promote digitalization in logistics and supply chain management based on open source and standardize logistics processes through de facto standards.