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Dr.-Ing. Dipl.-Kfm. Stefan Walter, Managing Partner + CEO

Since January 1, 2017, together with his partner Dr.-Ing. Michael Benz, Dr.-Ing. Stefan Walter has been one of the two managing partners of Benz + Walter GmbH, specialist consultants in the areas of logistics, mobility, digitalization and Big Data Analytics.

Dr. Walter is CEO of Benz + Walter GmbH and dedicates his efforts to Green City concepts, interfaces between mobility and logistics, project and event development as well as cluster management and regional development, particularly focusing on Frankfurt and the Rhine-Main area.

He is responsible for the development of regional master plans as part of the BMVI-funded programme as part of the German Government’s special programme for air pollution Control.

As brand ambassador for the Hypermotion conference, he has set up a new independent trade fair with an integrated conference series for Messe Frankfurt Exhibition GmbH.

Furthermore, he has held scientific management positions at the Institute for Supply Chain, Cluster and Mobility Management at the international School of Management in Frankfurt (SCM@ISM), the Supply Chain Management Institute (SMI) of the European Business School and the Institute for Technology and Management (ITM) of the TU Berlin.

Dr. Walter has over 20 years of consulting experience, most recently as Managing Director of the Gauff Consultants Group which specialises in the planning and implementation of infrastructure projects. There, amongst other things, he was Managing Director of the Manns Ingenieure GmbH, Wirges.

From 2007 until 2013 he was responsible, as Managing Director, for the development of the "House of Logistics and Mobility (HOLM)" at Frankfurt Airport from the initial idea to the final implementation.

Previously to this he was, amongst other roles, a project manager for the German Logistics Association (BVL) and developer of the German Logistics Congress in Berlin.

Dr. Stefan Walter holds a degree in business administration and received his doctorate in 2002 from Prof. Dr.-Ing. H. Baumgartner at the TU Berlin on the topic „Logistics in Service Companies – Development of a Process-Oriented Concept “.