The Logistics Tribe

The Logistics Tribe

An Update on The Logistics Tribe, a New Startup and a New Book (Boris Felgendreher and Marco Prüglmeier)

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In this episode of The Logistics Tribe, Boris Felgendreher, founder of The Logistics Tribe, talks to his fellow Tribe podcast host Marco Prüglmeier.

First they give an update on how The Logistics Tribe has been received after the first 25 episode. What shows have been performing best, in which markets The Tribe has been trending on the Apple Podcast charts and how the Tribe will evolve over time.

Next, they dive into the startup that Marco launched and got VC funding for this year. Noyes Technologies is on a mission to define the space of nano-fulfillment. What that means and how the company is planning to turbo-charge the booming Q-Commerce space, all of that and more is covered in this episode.

Then, they dive into the book that Marco published this year on the topic of innovations in logistics.

The Logistics Tribe Podcast is supported by GreyOrange, a global leader in the areas of AI-enabled warehouse robotics and fulfillment automation.

Boris just recorded a podcast episode with Akash Gupta, the young co-founder and CTO of GreyOrange. That episode will air soon on the BVL Digital Podcast, the official podcast of the German Logistics Association (BVL). Links below.


Boris Felgendreher on LinkedIn:

Marco Prüglmeier on LinkedIn:

Noyes Technologies:

Marco's new book:

BVL Digital Podcast:



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Boris Felgendreher, Dana von der Heide and Marco Prüglmeier invite you to listen to The Logistics Tribe, a weekly podcast about the world of global logistics and supply chain management.

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