AEB's software supports the processes of industrial, service and trading companies in logistics and foreign trade. More than 5,500 customers in more than 80 countries use the solutions for shipping, transport and warehouse management, customs clearance, import processing, export processing, screening of sanctions lists and export control. The AEB portfolio ranges from quickly deployable software products from the cloud to custom-fit, yet highly adaptive logistics platforms.

The automation of customs declarations, embargo checks, shipping and invoicing processes as well as the IT integration of partners in the supply chain ensure more transparency, efficiency, cost savings and legal certainty in the entire supply chain management. AEB solutions also increase the flexibility and responsiveness of companies.

AEB employs more than 550 people. The software company is headquartered in Stuttgart and has its own data centres there. Other German AEB locations are in Hamburg, Düsseldorf, Munich, Soest, Mainz and Lübeck. Internationally, AEB is represented in Great Britain, Singapore, Switzerland, Sweden, the Netherlands, France and the USA.

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ADAC Truckservice

ADAC TruckService GmbH & Co. KG, headquartered in Laichingen, provides roadside assistance for trucks, trailers, buses and light commercial vehicles. Among its range of services are fixed-price products for motor vehicle fleets, mobility packages and after-sales deals for truck manufacturers, as well as a workshop network with over 800 locations and more than 3000 providers of breakdown assistance in Germany. 

Europe Net is a subsidiary of ADAC Truckservice. Founded in 1988, the company provides roadside assistance to the commercial vehicle sector in 39 European countries and 24 languages, as well as mobility programs for industry. Centerpiece of Europe Net are 13 regional service providers with a network of over 40,000 workshops.

Logistische Informationssysteme AG

Logistische Informationssysteme AG (LIS), based in Greven, has been developing and installing transport management software for more than 35 years. With the WinSped product family, the company offers forwarding software for optimal dispatching and a smooth automated flow of business processes. Modularly structured and equipped with a multitude of interfaces, the proven solution can be easily integrated into almost any environment. LIS AG employs more than 140 people and has branches in Germany, the Netherlands, Poland and France. 

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LTG Landauer Transport- gesellschaft Doll

LTG Landauer Transportgesellschaft Doll KG is a specialist for the optimisation of processes along the supply chain of industrial and trading companies. The range of services extends from transport and fleet services to tailor-made contract logistics and warehousing solutions with customer-specific services such as packaging, pre-assembly, quality and inventory management, picking and packing.

Since its foundation in 1896, the medium-sized company has been family-owned and is now managed in the fourth generation by the brothers Heinrich and Johannes Doll. LTG employs a total of 450 people at its four locations in Garching-Hochbrück (headquarters), Hockenheim, Regensburg, Zweibrücken and Passau. The logistics service provider has its own commercial vehicle fleet, state-of-the-art IT and security equipment and is certified according to ISO 9001 and SQAS Transport Service.

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Logistics Alliance Germany

The Logistics Alliance Germany (LAG) is a public-private partnership project of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) and the German logistics industry, which has set itself the mission of marketing Germany as a logistics location outside Europe under the motto "Logistics made in Germany". The "Förderverein Logistics Alliance Germany e.V." was founded by associations and companies in the German logistics industry to support this goal.

The LAG is the central information and contact point for companies from abroad in their search for competent partners from the German logistics industry. Above all, companies from outside Europe are to be supported in finding the right partner from the German logistics industry in order to develop markets in Germany and Europe.

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  • ADAC Truckservice
  • AEB
  • Arbeitsgemeinschaft Logistik-Initiativen Deutschlands
  • Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur
  • Bundesverband Güterkraftverkehr Logistik und Entsorgung
  • Bundesverband Materialwirtschaft, Einkauf und Logistik
  • Bundesverband Spedition und Logistik e. V. (DSLV)
  • Bundesverband Wirtschaft, Verkehr und Logistik
  • Bundesvereinigung Logistik
  • Deutsches Verkehrsforum
  • European Pallet Association e.V. (EPAL)
  • GARBE Industrial Real Estate
  • Gebr. Heinemann SE & Co. KG
  • Gebrüder Weiss
  • German Association of the Automotive Industry
  • German Parcel and Express Association (BIEK)
  • Group7
  • Hafen Duisburg AG
  • Humbaur
  • impact media projects
  • International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations
  • International Road Transport Union
  • Kögel Trailer
  • Lebensmittel Zeitung
  • Logistics Alliance Germany
  • LOGISTIK-Kurier
  • Logistische Informationssysteme AG
  • LT-manager
  • LTG Landauer Transport- gesellschaft Doll
  • PSI Logistics
  • PTV Group
  • Schnellecke Logistics
  • Seifert Logistics Group (SLG)
  • TGW Logistics Group
  • trans aktuell
  • TRATON (Donator)