Associated projects

Associated project partnerships of the LIHH

Associated project partnerships of the LIHH

The Logistics Initiative Hamburg also supports its network and members in the successful application and implementation of its own projects through so-called associated project partnerships.

Within this framework, the LIHH supports projects from the network on a voluntary basis by participating in committees or project advisory boards, by communication measures, by surveys, by networking those involved in the project with our members, by conducting surveys or by providing support in the organisation of project conferences and events.

We currently support the following projects with an associated project partnership:

Supporting, inter alia, KMU with a demand-oriented offer on the way to digitisation.

Partners: Hamburg Chamber of Commerce, Hamburg Chamber of Crafts, TU Hamburg (TUHH), Helmut Schmidt University (HSU), HAW Hamburg

Sponsored by: Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy (BMWi)

Duration: until at least 10/2021

Federated Cyber Physical Systems Digital Innovation Hubs for the Smart Anything Everywhere Initiative

FED4SAE- aims to promote and maintain the digitisation of European industry by strengthening competitiveness in the Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) and Embedded Systems markets.

Partners: Fraunhofer IISB, Intel, Thales, fortiss, and others

Funded by: European Commission (Horizon 2020)

Duration: 09/2017 to 08/2020

Technology-based service system for the synchronisation of transhipment and transport processes in intermodal logistics chains

Development of innovative and technology-based service systems for the synchronisation of transhipment and transport processes in intermodal logistics chains.

partner: Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics (ISL) Bremen (coordinator), aio, dbh, Eurogate Bremerhaven, T-Systems

Sponsored by: Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)

Duration: 10/2017 to 09/2020


Identification and evaluation of potential applications for block chains in logistics and supply chain management. The focus is especially on small and medium-sized companies and is intended to support the preparation of strategic decisions regarding the application of block chain technology.

Partners: TU Hamburg (TUHH), Kühne Logistics University (KLU)

Sponsored by: Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy (BMWi, AiF-Project)

Duration: 12/2019 to 09/2021

Medium-sized companies 4.0 Competence Center Hamburg








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