PSI Logistics achieves “Excellent Brand” award

10th June 2022

Logistics BusinessPSI Logistics achieves “Excellent Brand” award

PSI Logistics GmbH has been awarded with the German Brand Award as winner in the category “Excellent Brands – Logistics & Infrastructure” for the second time. The award was handed over recently to the company representatives, Janine Hellwig and Vanessa Schekalla, during a festive event in Berlin.

With the “Excellent Brand”, the German Brand Institute honours the best product and company brands of an industry. The jury is formed by independent, interdisciplinary experts from the worlds of business, science, consulting, services and agencies. Criteria such as independence and brand typology, brand distinctiveness and differentiation from the competition are evaluated. In addition, aspects such as sustainability, degree of innovation, continuity, future viability and economic success are taken into account in the assessment.

With this year’s award, PSI Logistics was named winner and leading industry company for the second time after 2018. “We are very pleased to receive this award again,” explains Dr. Giovanni Prestifilippo, Managing Director of PSI Logistics. “The honour underlines the substantial continuity of our work and our innovative strength. Thus, we will continue on this path.”

With around 1,200 entries from 19 countries, the German Brand Award 2022 achieved a great international response. The competitive process ensures the independence and excellence of this unique award for outstanding brand management.

The PSI Group develops its own software products for optimizing the flow of energy and materials for utilities (energy grids, energy trading, public transport) and industry (metals production, automotive, mechanical engineering, logistics). The industry-specific products, which are built from standard components, are sold both directly and via the multi-cloud PSI App Store and can also be customised by customers and partners themselves. PSI was founded in 1969 and employs more than 2,200 people worldwide.