DHL and BVL School of Logistics start on 21.02.2018 with the LAB “Industry 4.0” in Germany
DHL Global Forwarding signed a three-year contract with the BVL School of Logistics to extend its collaboration on the global qualification program for automotive logistics experts. The Corporate Automotive Logistics Academy (CALA), initiated by Volker Oesau, CEO Middle Europe, DHL Global Forwarding, now serves even better the current needs of logistics experts in the automotive sector.
“I am pleased to take the management of CALA and am looking forward to the first LAB in Germany”. Says Joachim Hermansky, Head of CALA. „We offer premium knowledge, innovative learning formats, think tank rooms and global network options. At the end of the LAB, the participants receive a certificate. A summary of the LAB is compiled soon after the LAB completion“.
Kick off for the newly designed global qualification program will be in Germany on February 21. The first LAB looking on Industry 4.0 will be held at the DHL Innovation Center in Troisdorf. During the one day lasting program managers will be introduced to the dynamic world of digital transformation with the special focus on industry 4.0 applications in automotive production. The participants will be a broad view of the actual developments as well as the trends for the future. Practical examples and experiences from the automotive sector and other leading branches will provide a deeper insight of realistic implementation scenarios for the own company.
The press release and further information are available for download on www.my-cala.com/press
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