The goal of the partners in the Clean Intralogistics Net (CIN) is to help fuel cell technology achieve a breakthrough in material handling applications.

On 30 May 2018, the second General Assembly took place in Berlin, at which four new partners were welcomed, in comparison to the founding approximately one year ago:

  • Linde AG, Gases Division
  • Heraeus Fuel Cells GmbH
  • Toyota Material Handling
  • Still GmbH

Kai Hesse (Toyota MH), who replaces Hannes Schöbel (Linde MH) after 1 year in office, was elected as the new speaker. Dr. Franz Geyer (BMW Group) was confirmed as deputy spokesman.

The functionality and superiority of fuel cell technology in comparison to other solutions has meanwhile been demonstrated many times in Germany. Numerous examples and further information on the subject can be found here: