“HAUS61” to Promote Innovations in Airfreight
The founders of CargoSteps, Rachid Touzani, CEO, Murat Karakaya, COO, and Tom Anyz, CCO, aim to help young entrepreneurs get their business ideas off the ground with their Frankfurt-based logistics start-up lab. They have gained considerable support for their venture.
From Start-Up to Incubator
Application Phase Currently Underway
Anyone wanting to apply for a place in the start-up lab can submit their project on the website www.haus61.com. The potential start-up ideas will be matched with partners during the selection process. This will enable start-ups and industry leaders to develop the Rhine-Main location for freight and logistics together.
Max Philipp Conrady, Head of Freight development and Management at Fraport AG, is pleased about the collaboration. “As partners, we can contribute our own project ideas and realize them hand in hand with start-ups. This gives us an early insight into innovations, which is a great advantage to us, as Europe’s largest cargo airport,” says Conrady.
Photos: CargoSteps, Fraport