Opening of the Duvenbeck room in Bremen
17th October 2014
Milan Scala at the BVL Campus in Bremen
Opening of the Duvenbeck-room
Bremen. The scenery is unusual and inspiring: At the new Duvenbeck-room at the BVL Campus in Bremen learning is become art appreciation. Yesterday, on Thursday, the newly designed room in the style of the Milan Scala was officially inaugurated. The shareholder Thomas Duvenbeck, graduate of the „Deutschen Außenhandels- und Verkehrs-Akademie“ (DAV) sees his engagement at the BVL Campus as „collaboration with a constitution, that represents good work“.
The Duvenbeck group based in Bocholt and with 4.450 employees all over Europe dispatches regularly students to the educational institution of the campus. The company is highly committed in the area education and advanced training. „We have to save our competitiveness“, so the family business owner and he goes on: „Where good people are working there will be earned money.“ Duvenbeck employs over a dozen of state certified business economists of the DAV. Another emphasis of the cooperation with the BVL Campus is the dual education of the employees at the HIWL.
The BVL Campus is the educational institution of the Bundesvereinigung Logistik (BVL) e. V. based in Bremen. It contains:
- the Hochschule für Internationale Wirtschaft und Logistik (HIWL) as a dual college with the three courses logistics, international economy and also logistics and process management. The HIWL leads in this courses to the bachelor’s degree.
- the Deutsche Außenhandels- und Verkehrs-Akademie (DAV) as academy, that leads to the degree state certified business economists (DAV) with extra occupational and full time supply in the subject international logistics management. Furthermore the DAV fits for the examination of the chamber of commerce as a specialist in freight traffic.
- the area BVL Seminars with a wide array of advanced education on the subjects of logistics management, supply chain management, warehouse, technology and IT, logistics Controlling, process management, laws, branch logistics, customs and external trade. A continuing supply is the extra occupational compact study logistics, that imparts SCM and logistical knowledge in six modules at a time of one week, within eight month.
Pia and Thomas Duvenbeck (left) establish the room together with BVL Campus-manager Dr. Katharina Schaefer and faculty director Prof. Josef Decker.
Picture references for the encloses photos: BVL/Jan Meier
Ulrike Grünrock-Kern, press office of the Bundesvereinigung Logistik (BVL) e.V.