The Luxembourg Cluster for Logistics team is growing

Photo: Philippe SCHOLTEN, Logistics Development Advisor, C4L Luxembourg

Philippe SCHOLTEN joined the Cluster for Logistics (C4L) in May 2020 as ‘Logistics Development Advisor’ to help the supply chain in Luxembourg create value, in particular in innovation and digitalisation. 

Philippe Scholten will also support Malik Zeniti, Director of C4L, in organising apprenticeships and logistics training in high schools, universities, and businesses. Indeed, it is essential to attract and retain highly qualified people to support the digitalisation of the economy and stimulate innovation.

A graduate in economics from the Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich (LMU), Philippe Scholten also holds a master’s degree in Management and Technology from the Technical University of Munich (TUM). He also attended Paris II for a semester abroad and carried out practical seminars including an internship in logistics with the BMW group in Munich.

‘We are happy to reinforce the Cluster with a young and dynamic person as the COVID-19 crisis has clearly highlighted the systemic importance of logistics in Luxembourg, and the related challenges to be met’, said Malik Zeniti of the Cluster for Logistics in welcoming his latest team member.

The assets of the Luxembourg logistics hub are now known and recognised, but digital innovation now requires special attention after a decade of focusing on strengthening infrastructure. The aim today is to identify skills needs in order to improve the competitivity of the sector in these difficult times for the economy, without forgetting the reduction of the ecological footprint.

Press release by C4L

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