Susanne FEICHTINGER - Topic Management
Susanne Feichtinger studied Environmental and Bioresource Management with specialization in Regional Development at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna. Since 2017 she is employed at the Institute of Production Economics and Logistics supportes the thinkport Team in the field of Topic Management.
Coordination & Communication
Julia NERMUTH - Coordination & Communicaiton
Since 2017 Julia Nermuth ist employed at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna at the Institute of Production Economics and Logistics. She is currently finishing her Master's degree in Environmental and Bioresource Management with specialization on Reigonal Development.
Innovation & Policy
Martin POSSET - Innovation & Policy
Since April 1, 2017, Martin Posset has been responsible for the innovation division of thinkport VIENNA. In 2015 he became deputy chairman of the working group "Combined Transport" of the Austrian Transport Society (ÖVG) and works closely with the UIRR - International Union for Rail-Road Transport in Brussels. At the beginning of 2015, he became head of the "Forum Green Logistics" and "Forum Logistics Intelligence" of the Unitcargo Group. From 2014 to 2016, Martin Posset was a member of the Council for Sustainable Logistics under the leadership of Werner Müller. Since 2014, he has been a permanent external expert for the "Green Logistics Department" of the German Freight Forwarding and Logistics Association. He is also an external lecturer at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna since 2012, where he lectures on "Intermodal Transport". Since 2009 he is self-employed as a sole proprietor (mchp mobility | chains | processes ). Since 2008 he is partner of h2 projekt.beratung KG in Vienna. He is co-author of the second and third Green Papers on sustainable logistics and the handbook "Intermodal Transport in Europe".
Development & Network
Peter ROJKO - Development & Network
DI Peter Rojko is the Head of Business Development & International Affairs at the Port of Vienna since 2009. After studying architecture at the Vienna University of Technology and passing his civil engineering examination in 2006, he worked from 1998 to 2009 in the field of architecture and project development at AFC, Settles Associates Inc. Washington D.C. Architectural and Interior Design, Moser Architekten, ATP Vienna and Wiener Stadtentwicklungsgesellschaft. In recent years, two Ten-T grant applications for the extension of the container terminal have been approved under his leadership, and several national grants have been positively evaluated. Since 2013, he is the initiator of innovative, cooperative research projects at the Port of Vienna as well as responsible for networking at national and European level and represents the interests of the Port of Vienna at international conferences and at European level in Brussels.