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Transport&Logistics Future 2023 is a prestigious conference gathering outstanding speakers from various areas related to
with transport and logistics. These speakers, leading experts in their fields, bring not only a wealth of experience, but also innovative ideas and visions for the future of the industry. Through their presentations, they inspire and educate participants, sharing new trends, technologies and strategies that aim to transform and optimize transport systems
and logistics.

The many years of experience of the speakers at the Transport&Logistics Future 2023 conference covers both the public and
as well as private. Speakers include industry leaders who have been successful in managing large-scale logistics operations. Their practical knowledge and skills help participants understand the challenges of rising customer expectations, sustainability and operational efficiency.

In addition, the speakers from the Transport&Logistics Future 2023 conference are also technological experts who study the latest trends in the field of transport and logistics. They present innovative solutions related to automation, artificial intelligence, big data and e-commerce, which aim to improve efficiency, reduce costs and increase competitiveness in the industry.


Speakers from the Transport&Logistics Future 2023 conference are an elite of professionals who share their knowledge, experience
and a vision for the future of transport and logistics. Their presentations inspire the participants, encouraging them to look for innovative solutions and adapt to the dynamically changing business environment.


Dr. Martin Schwemmer 
Managing Director, BVL

keynote speaker

Martin Schwemmer is Managing Director of Bundesvereinigung Logistik e. V. (BVL), where he is responsible for innovation, marketing and the further training and education activities of BVL. Up to the start of 2022, he was Senior Consultant at the Fraunhofer Working Group for Supply Chain Services SCS, where from 2011 onwards he authored the study series “The Top 100 in Logistics” – which has become a standard work for the description and analysis of the logistics sector. He has been researching start-ups in logistics for several years and wrote his PhD thesis on the success of these new logistics companies. He is a member of the German “Logistics Expert Summit” and serves on the jury for the “Logistics Hall of Fame”.

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Prof. dr hab. Wojciech Paprocki 
Director of the Institute of
Infrastructure, Transport and Mobility
at the Warsaw School of Economics

Prof. Wojciech Paprocki, PhD - professor of economic sciences, since 1979 employee of the Warsaw School of Economics. His research interests are in the functioning of entities representing the demand and supply side of the market, with particular emphasis on the opportunities, barriers and consequences of the implementation of digital technologies. He was an active top-manager in companies in Poland and abroad. He is a respected academic lecturer and business advisor

Jan Brachmann 
Chairman of the Board,
Seifert Poland

Expert in organizing and planning transportation, supply chain management, end-to-end logistics solutions and building long-term customer relationships.

President of Seifert Poland, a company that is part of the international logistics group Seifert Logistics Group, a proven logistics operator (with more than 75 years of experience) of six powerful economic sectors: chemicals, consumer goods, pharmaceuticals, paper and building materials. Meanwhile, for years the Group's main driving force has been the specialized contract logistics sector for the automotive industry.

Seifert Polska, headquartered in Myslowice, Upper Silesia, provides both domestic and international freight forwarding services, as well as a wide range of contract logistics services (VAS) in warehouses across Poland.

Jan Brachman
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Bastian Ingenohl 
Head Of Supply Chain Management, Mercedes Benz Manufacturing Poland


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Michał Musielak 

Site Manager

Seifert Automotive Polska

Michal Musielak, M.Sc. from Poznan University of Technology, graduated with a degree in "Transport and Working Machines", as well as postgraduate studies: "Modern Enterprise Management" and "Modern Production and Logistics" in Poznań. He obtained the "European Logistics Certificate - Senior Level" with honors. He has many years of experience in management. Since 2004, he has been involved in contract logistics for the automotive industry. From 2010 to 2019, he served as manager of the Polkowice Branch (logistics service for a diesel engine manufacturer). He was responsible for managing the branch in the following areas: logistics, customer service, quality, finance, HR and administration. Previously, he worked for the company in the Poznań branch (logistics service of a commercial vehicle manufacturer). From 01.04.2019 employed at Seifert Automotive Poland as Logistics Director in Jawor, where from the very beginning (greenfield), he created and expanded the company's branch, which now employs more than 500 people. Privately: married, father of two sons. He enjoys active recreation - he is an amateur cyclist.

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Katarzyna Byczkowska

Managing Director

BASF Polska Sp. z o.o.

Katarzyna Byczkowska graduated from the Wrocław University of Technology and completed her MBA at the University of Calgary. She worked for Dow Chemical for 10 years in various positions in Warsaw and London, and began her career at BASF in 2005 as Sales Manager for Northern Europe, UK. Subsequently, she held commercial positions in Ludwigshafen, Germany (2006-2007) and in Warsaw, Poland, where she took on the position of Commercial Director EUC and Russia (2008-2012).  From 2013 to 2017, she was seconded to Barcelona, where she served as Vice President, Sales & Regional Market Development Iberia. She spent the years 2017-18 in Vienna as Head of Controlling and Projects for Central Europe. Upon her return to Poland in May 2018, Katarzyna Byczkowska assumed the position of Managing Director of BASF Poland, a company that is among the largest domestic subsidiaries of the BASF Group in Europe. Currently, BASF Poland has more than 750 employees and more than €1 billion 500 million in turnover (2022).

Krystian Żurek 
General Manager, VELUX Factory
in Namysłów

Krystian Zurek has been with VELUX's Namyslow skylight and flashing factory for 15 years. He began his work with VELUX by implementing the Lean Manufacturing methodology in Namyslow, then created the technical and engineering department and managed production. He currently works as General Manager of the Namyslow plant.


Mr. Zurek has nearly 20 years of experience in manufacturing and technology. Before joining VELUX, he worked in the areas of product development and technical support at Danfoss and Wibrem. He is a graduate of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at Wroclaw University of Technology and has also completed postgraduate MBA studies at Franklin University.


Grzegorz Lichocik
Supply Chain & Logistics Network Expert

A proactive and innovative entrepreneur, an architect who creates healthy organizations filled with motivated and committed employees, with a preference for teamwork, he has been involved in the logistics industry since 1994. For the first 13 years, he co-founded the logistics services market at Spedpol, the largest company in the market at the time, which later merged and transformed into the now widely known DB Schenker.

In 2007, he took over as CEO of the Polish organization of the German logistics operator DACHSER SE, a major global player. Under his leadership over the next 14 years, Dachser, from an organization just entering our market and virtually unknown, became one of the best and most recognizable companies operating in the market. The strategic and organizational solutions introduced in Poland by Grzegorz Lichocik were recognized as a reference for other organizations in the group and contributed to strengthening the company's position in Europe.

After leaving Dachser at the beginning of 2022, Grzegorz Lichocik focused on consulting work in the area of building development strategies and increasing efficiency in supply chains and logistics. Together with Prof. Wojciech Paprocki (SGH) and Piotr Szreter (DGC), he conducts research and analysis of the TSL market in Poland and CEE.

Adam Błuś 
Eurologistics Media Group

Graduate of the Poznań University of Economics, majoring in Management and Marketing specializing in Transportation and Logistics. Responsible for the creation of industry magazines: Eurologistics, Truck&Business Polska, Flota Auto Biznes, Logistyka Produkcji. Co-author of opinion-forming in the TSL environment research programs "Logistics Operator of the Year", "Innovative Product for Transport, Logistics and Production", "Supply Chain Designer". Originator and creator of the social network "" directed to the community of managers of logistics, supply chain management, purchasing and production. Author of many popular conference programs.

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M. Eng. Robert Brachmann 
Uhlmann Pac-Systeme

Robert Brachmann is an Executive Consultant of Uhlmann Pay-Systeme GmbH & Co. KG, passionate about leading interdisciplinary teams and driving transformative change through effective change management. With expertise in operations, production planning, analytics, and SAP ERP, he brings a unique skill set to each project. Beyond his professional achievements, Robert is an external researcher in operations management at the TUM School of Management. This academic pursuit allows him to stay at the forefront of industry trends and bring cutting-edge insights to his projects. Recent projects include Sales and Operations Planning, Customer Profiling, and Pricing and Costing of modular products. As a speaker, Robert shares his expertise in project leadership, change management, and operations optimization, empowering audiences to embrace transformative change.

dr hab. Marzenna Cichosz
professor at the Warsaw School of Economics

Marzenna Cichosz - PhD, university professor and head of the Department of Business in Transportation at SGH. Her research interests focus on logistics and supply chains. She conducts research in international teams in the area of logistics companies, their innovation, implementation of digital technologies and transformation under climate change. Head of the Postgraduate Studies of the Manager of Green and Digital Transformation of Transport (SGH). Coordinator at SGH of the nationwide inter-university Top Young 100 program aimed at students of logistics and supply chain management. Founding member of the Polish Association of Logistics and Purchasing Managers (PSML).

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dr hab.
Joanna Wielgórska - Leszczyńska 

professor at the Warsaw School of Economics


Marek Sielski


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Weronika Czaplewska
CSO Envirly

Strategist, expert on ESG and carbon footprint management of companies, organizations, products and local governments. 


Co-founder and Vice President of Envirly - a web-based solution for sustainability, ESG reporting, organization and product carbon footprint management. She has extensive experience in building business strategies and developing pro-environmental projects.


Expert of the Climate Leadership program at UN Environment. Member of the Working Group for the Application of EU Taxonomy at the Ministry of Development and Technology, member of the Environment Committee of the Polish Chamber of Chemical Industry.


President of the Quantitative Finance - Professional Development Foundation. The foundation's statutory goal is education in finance, including sustainable development. Graduate of the London School of Economics (Economics, Philosophy) and the University of Warsaw (Economics, Mathematics). She gained experience on international scholarship and training trips (China, Singapore, United States, Czech Republic).

Tomasz Łyszega
Global Account Manager

An expert and manager with several years of experience in supply chain management. For more than 10 years he has been associated with Group - the creator of one of the largest logistics platforms across Europe - where he was responsible for marketing projects, building sales processes and implementing technological solutions for clients in the retail, agricultural, steel and construction industries. 


On a daily basis, he supports companies in digital transformation and the creation of new strategies in the logistics area. Currently, as a Global Account Manager at CargoON, he focuses on optimizing the processes of transportation organization and avocation using technology, data and business relationships. Among his priorities, he counts the creation of flexible logistics management models based on rate benchmarks and multi-tier subcontractor structures. 


He has co-authored and promoted a number of reports and industry magazines including Outsourcing Magazine, MM Industrial Magazine, Market Insights ON.


Maciej Włodarczyk

A graduate of the Warsaw School of Economics.
An experienced manager with knowledge and practice confirmed in the following industries: fuel, plastics, pharmaceutical - medical devices and automotive.
He held the positions of the President of the Management Board and Proxy in transport and fuel companies and in the medical devices industry.
Co-founder and Chief Operating Officer at LIBRA PARTNERS.

Maciej Seiffert
Dyrektor Zarządzający TSLOGISTIC 

Graduate of the Executive Master of Business Administration at Collegium Da Vinci in Poznań and the School of Logistics. 

He has been with TSLOGISTIC for more than 12 years, and since 2019 in the position of Managing Director.  In the logistics industry for 20 years. He gained professional experience in transport, customer service and sales departments. Privately passionate about the Italian lifestyle.

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