Prologis and the Poznań School of Logistics announced the winners of the 13th annual Prologis for the Best contest, which recognizes and promotes ambitious, hardworking young people and helps to advance their logistics careers. The 2018 awards were presented May 23rd at the Polish Logistics Congress’ gala in Poznań, Poland.
The judges panel comprised representatives of Poznań School of Logistics staff, the student council and delegates from Prologis. The group selected top graduates for the 2017/2018 academic year in three categories: Best Master’s Thesis, Best Bachelor’s Thesis and Best Graduate.
- Szymon Setlak won Best Master’s Thesis for his paper “The Development of the Logistics Services Market in Poland Compared with Select European Union Members States.”
- Aleksander Kupryjaniuk earned Best Bachelor’s Thesis for his paper “The Analysis of the Implementation of RFID Technology in the Specified Business.”
- Bartłomiej Sydor received Best Graduate for outstanding academic achievements and involvement in academic life.
Each winner received a diploma plus a scholarship of 4,000 zloty funded by Prologis. So far, 34 students have won awards, and the combined value of scholarships awarded to date exceeds 163,000 zloty.
“For us, this initiative is a significant collaboration with the academic community, and it provides an opportunity to support the best of the best. I am convinced that the winners of Prologis for the Best will have a considerable impact on the future of both the Polish and the global logistics markets and will surely go on to become our partners in business,” said Marta Tęsiorowska, vice president and head of marketing and communications, Prologis Europe.
With a portfolio of 2.3 million square meters of logistics space (as of March 31, 2018), Prologis is a leading provider of distribution facilities in Poland.