The findings of the BVL working groups are published in the BVL literature series "Business and Logistics", as are the congress volumes for the International Supply Chain Conference and the Scientific Symposium for Logistics.
Trend studies are prepared in cooperation with established research institutions, and these studies can serve as a reference source for the assessment of future trends in logistics. Together with the DVV Media Group, BVL also publishes the "Top 100 in Logistics" study compiled by the Fraunhofer SCS working group in Nuremberg.
The LOG. series comprises various different media - from fast, up-to-date reports via e-mail all the way through to painstakingly researched background information in magazine format.
In its 2005 thesis paper entitled "Creating Growth - Shaping the Future - Logistics as a Motor for Growth and Innovation in Germany", BVL outlines how creative political concepts can help to further underpin Germany's unique strengths.
The international scientific journal LOGISTICS RESEARCH is published by BVL and Springer-Verlag Heidelberg. Its aim is to extend the knowledge status of the international research community.
Under the chairmanship of Prof. Werner Delfmann , the Scientific Advisory Board of BVL has drawn up a position paper on the basic understanding of logistics as a scientific discipline.