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The four start-ups Green Convenience, Mytigate, Rail-Flow and Rodenstein convinced the jury and will move into the HOLM on January 1, 2021. (Top row from left: Hjalmar Hütte and Yvonne Ziegler from MYTIGATE, Osman Akdemir and Bart Gilissen from Rail-Flow; bottom row from left: Benjamin Dauth from Green Convenience and Philipp Gruben and Attila Kiss from Rodenstein). (Photo: HOLM)

Logistics start-ups: HOLM welcomes four newcomers

Green Convenience, Mytigate, Rail-Flow, and Rodenstein will move into the House of Logistics and Mobility (HOLM) in Frankfurt on January 1, 2021.

There is an increase in the @HOLM start-up funding. Green Convenience, Mytigate, Rail-Flow, and Rodenstein prevailed in the final pitches of this year’s application round and will be included in the funding program of the House of Logistics and Mobility (HOLM) GmbH in Frankfurt am Main on January 1, 2021. HOLM announced this to the press on August 27th.

The decision was made by the jury on August 26th. Before that, the six young companies that qualified for the shortlist presented their business ideas and answered the experts’ questions.

“We look forward to the four start-ups and their move to the HOLM. We are convinced that we can support these young companies with our partners from the HOLM network as sparring partners, coaches and trailblazers in their development and bring them forward step by step ”, says HOLM managing director Michael Kadow.

These are the four newcomers:

  • Green Convenience is a young start-up from Maintal. The founding team is working on software for parcel service providers and suppliers who want to avoid the failure of delivery attempts and optimize delivery routes based on favorable delivery times.
  • The start-up Mytigate GmbH from Eschborn would like to support pharmaceutical companies and freight forwarders in choosing the safest transport routes and service providers with a software solution.
  • As a broker, Rail-Flow from Frankfurt am Main offers a platform through which customers can plan and organize rail freight transport from the inquiry to the settlement.
  • The fourth start-up, Rodenstein from Darmstadt, acts as a technology supplier and, according to the HOLM, is working on the development and sale of energy storage devices for the aviation of tomorrow.

The start-up support @ HOLM has been supporting founders and young companies in logistics and mobility since 2017 . Funding takes place for two years. With Caphenia, Innocept, MYLi — YOUR Travelbuddy and VecCtor, four start-ups are currently receiving funding. Alumni of the program include CargoSteps, the drone start-up Wingcopter and the e-cargo bike-sharing provider Sigo.



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