This was an absolute first for trans-o-flex. A group of ten children between the ages of 9 and 12 came forward because they are not only interested in logistics, but also want to set up a research project with trans-o-flex and already have two research projects to show for it! So the trans-o-flex boss Wolfgang P. Albeck took time for the children and answered their questions for 90 minutes. What the children wanted to know most of all from Albeck: What exactly is logistics? What does trans-o-flex do? What is different about trans-o-flex? What are the difficulties? The children asked these questions for a reason. Because they want to take part in the First Lego League (FLL) for the third time. In this competition, one of the tasks is to solve a research problem. The members of the Hadamar MINT Club have already been successful twice (MINT stands for Mathematics, IT, Natural Sciences and Technology). In terms of content, the children were mainly interested in the returnable container system, ways to save CO2, waste avoidance and city logistics. The children will now consider whether they will pursue one of the subjects or a particular aspect of these.