Up until 2020 I remember very calm waters. Almost all companies were doing well and we were looking at trends with great curiosity. Since 2020, that is, since the start of the corona pandemic, I feel like the logistics engine has been running continuously at 120 per cent, because new challenges are always arising at short notice. One minute the freight rates are up, then next they’ve hit rock bottom, new climate protection regulations are being added, there is a shortage of truck drivers and other specialists. If you aren’t at the forefront of digitalisation, you feel like you’ve lost anyway. Everything is happening more quickly than all these new challenges can be mastered. We hold annual meetings with our company partners at Digital Hub Logistics. At the start of 2022, everyone there was thoroughly positive and ready for workshops and new projects. Then came 24th February – the day Russia attacked Ukraine – and everything changed again: continuous change is the ‘New Normal’.