Anita Würmser
Executive Chairperson of the IFOY Jury

Anita Würmser (born in 1961) is a journalist, publicist and Managing Director of the management and communication consulting firm wuermser.communications.

She studied Economic Geography and Political Science at Regensburg University. After graduating and undergoing training as a journalist, she began her career in 1988 in the purchasing and logistics department of Audi AG in Ingolstadt. She moved to the media industry in 1990 and was Editor-in-Chief of the logistics magazine "Logistik Heute" until 2000. Up to 2009, she was then Editor-in-Chief of the magazines "VerkehrsRundschau", "Logistik inside" and "Verkehrsdienst". She founded wuermser.communications in 2009. She also manages the business activities of the Logistics Hall of Fame, which she founded in 2003 and where she still chairs the jury.

Anita Würmser is a logistics and media expert. She has created and implemented well-known media formats, including several magazines, newsletters and online services, the nationwide "Best Apprentice" or "Logistics Master" competitions for students and apprentices or the image rankings and awards for commercial vehicles and logistics. As a journalist and columnist, she writes for various media and publishes the Logistics Blog. She also advises politicians, companies and publishers, provides support for mergers and cooperation ventures and regularly acts as a moderator.

Advisory Team

Johannes Doll

Johannes Doll is co-owner and managing director of the logistics service provider LTG - Landauer Transportgesellschaft Doll KG, based in Garching near Munich. The family business offers its customers in industry and commerce the whole range of logistical services to contract logistics. In addition to its own commercial vehicle fleet, LTG operates five ultra-modern logistics centers in Garching near Munich, Hockenheim, Passau and Regensbur with a total storage area of over 130,000 square meters. Every year the logistics service provider invests several million euros in innovative intralogistics equipment. 

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Daniel Schilling

Daniel Schilling (born 1972) is editor-in-chief of the trade journal "materialfluss" and the website
After studying in Berlin and Strasbourg and a traineeship in Hamburg, Daniel has worked since 2002 as an editor and later editor-in-chief for trade media in the fields of technology, mechanical engineering and logistics. Stations included the brands Besser Lackieren, Privatbahnmagazin, handling and INDUSTRIAL Production. In January 2023, Daniel took over as editor-in-chief of the materialfluss brand. When not writing, Daniel is passionate about moderating congresses and seminars.

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materialfluss shows how intralogistics and logistics together influence the supply chain of the future. In terms of content, materialfluss covers the entire range of technology needed for efficient and reliable intralogistics and logistics: from warehousing and order picking technology, conveyor and lifting technology, and industrial trucks to logistics software and identification technology.

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CORE TOPICS Intralogistics, Supply Chain Management

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