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“Top Performer 2021” – Paul Leimgruber AG, Pratteln

“Top Performer 2021” – Paul Leimgruber AG, Pratteln

Top Performer 2021

This year, the “Top Performer Award 2021” goes to Paul Leimgruber AG, Pratteln, Switzerland, a Planzer Transport AG company. With this award, Cargometer honors its outstanding system users in the field of digital freight measurement every year.

At the award ceremony in the Pratteln branch, Cargometer Managing Director Bernhard Obermaier presented the “Plankton” trophy, specially created by ceramic artist Gudrun Kainz, to the team led by Serhat Avci, Armano Atene, Dragana Bursac, Didier Boscari and Marinko Bursac .

Serhat Avci, transhipment and warehouse manager in Pratteln, is delighted with the award:

“The employees like working with Cargometer, otherwise they wouldn’t be able to do it so well.”

Serhat Avci, Paul Leimgruber AG

Avci explains the benefits of Cargometer in his daily work:

“The informative value for our customers has improved enormously. The complete documentation of Cargometer has reduced the frequency of complaints. Today we have several photos of each load, the exact dimensions and the weight at the time of the transfer of risk. That is very, very helpful.”

Serhat Avci, Paul Leimgruber AG

With the “Top Performer Award”, Cargometer would like to encourage its partners to use freight measurement to increase their truck utilization and to optimize their transport network, and as a result to save resources and make a valuable contribution to CO2 reduction.

Head of Business Development Handling at the parent company Planzer Transport AG, takes this notion:

“Cargometer not only helps us to optimize resources, but also gives us the necessary data truthfulness. On the one hand, this provides us with a secure basis for invoicing that our customers trust. On the other hand, we also gain the necessary data quality, which is essential for our ongoing and ever faster digitization process.”

Mathias Welti, Planzer Transport AG
“Plankton” by Gudrun Kainz

Our heartfelt thanks go to the Lower Austrian ceramic artist Gudrun Kainz, who designed the trophy. Kainz is internationally successful with exhibitions and publishes in specialist books and art magazines. Her works adorn public and private collections. Kainz about the work: “The work title Plankton stands for the diversity of a species, characterized by lightness, floating and drifting. Unrecognizable to our eyes, plankton resemble the billions of celestial bodies in the universe. In terms of its surface structure, the object comes close to that of plankton and planetary crusts.”

Congratulations to all Leimgruber and Planzer employees, we are proud of the cooperation!

Serhat Avci, Armano Atene, Dragana Bursac, Bernhard Obermaier, Didier Boscari and Marinko Bursac