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The competition is open as of now and will close for submissions on 22 October 2017. All European design students and recent (2017) design graduates are invited to participate, with the chance to win a cash prize (with €5,000 as the first prize and a First People’s Award, among others) and have their winning designs displayed at the CeMAT 2018 fair in Hanover, Germany. Participants can find more information and enter the competition via the Toyota Logistic Design Competition page.
The Toyota Logistic Design Competition is part of Toyota’s Logiconomi programme. Logiconomi is the word Toyota Material Handling uses to describe its way of thinking - aiming for ‘lean’ processes, eliminating waste, maximising efficiency and reducing cost.