Cassandra Waad

Getting science in place at GSI/FAIR with RI.Logistica

GSI and FAIR are a new member of the non-profit organization RI.Logistica which aims to “get science in place” by providing tools, infrastructure and standards for logistics. In operating and upgrading the existing GSI accelerators and experiments as well as building, installing and commissioning our future FAIR research facilities, GSI/FAIR are facing colossal logistical challenges. […]

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High level meeting with DG Research & Innovation at the European Commission!

RI.Logistica invited to high level meeting with DG Research & Innovation at the European Commission! On the 14th of September, Jörgen Larsson (vice chair) and Jimmy Binderup Andersen (CEO) met up with Dejan Dvorsek (Deputy Head of Unit) and Michael Arentoft (International Cooperation) in Brussels to discuss the impact of the RI.Logistica Association. Apart from a

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Picture of Jörgen Larsson, Cassandra Waad and Elin Boldt.

Think Local – Act Global

Think Local – Act Global European Spallation Source ERIC Logistics Department invited nearby companies Tetra Pak, Axis Communications and Graphic Packaging International – Europe to a visit at ESS for an open discussion about hands-on cooperation in the field of logistics – all under the RI.Logistica flagg. Geographically closely located to each other, the purpose was to see if we

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Visit FAIR and GSI

Our dedicated team, including Vice Chair Jörgen Larsson, CEO Jimmy Binderup Andersen, and Cassandra Waad, was cordially invited by FAIR and GSI to engage in a fruitful discussion on present logistics challenges. The focus of this meeting was to explore the myriad benefits that RI.Logistica brings to the table, delve deepinto the complex logistic challenges faced by

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Visit at ESO

We visited ESO, our new member, to discuss their opportunities in RI. Logistica and how we can work together. Thank you to Jürgen, Florian and Sebastian of the ESO logistics team, for the warm welcome and great discussions. We are excited to work through our agreed action list and to start our collaboration. Welcome onboard!

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NEW Member: The European Southern Observatory (ESO)

We welcome The European Southern Observatory (ESO) to our non-profit Association! ESO enables scientists worldwide to explore the secrets of the Universe with their state–of–the–art technologies and infrastructure. Supporting over 22000 users from 130 different countries, ESO is an intergovernmental organisation established in 1962, with 16 Member States, Chile and strategicpartners. They are committed to

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