Communication 2.0

Clusters 2.0 is excited to announce its brand-new LinkedIn page and YouTube channel! In its strive to reach for the widest audience possible for its results, Clusters 2.0 started two new different communication channels. The LinkedIn page was needed to spread the project results beyond the boundaries of the LinkedIn group, which allows a lively conversation only among its members. Thus, we aim at fostering the visibility of Clusters 2.0 among all LinkedIn users. Additionally, the new Youtube channel will not only enlarge the project’s audience by…

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Introduction to Clusters 2.0

How can we improve sustainable transportation and logistics? Clusters 2.0 is addressing this challenge through transport planning and optimisation with European Logistic Clusters. Check out this introductory video to learn more.  CLUSTERS 2.0 uses an Open Network of Logistics Clusters operating in the frame of Ten-T and supporting local, regional and European development, while keeping neutral the local impacts such as congestion, noise, land use and local pollution levels. Interested in knowing more? Subscribe to our YouTube channel. 

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Third EHLIG meeting held in Amsterdam

The third European High Level Industry Group (EHLIG) meeting was hosted by the consortium partner Argusi in Amsterdam on 10th April. Similarly to its previous editions, the event gathered together logistics experts and high-level executives to discuss and give feedback on the results and innovation brought by Clusters 2.0. Alice Benini from Consorzio IB Innovation presented Clusters Community System (CluCS), while Ton Bertens (Vaneck Group), Marcel Huschebeck (PTV) and Frans Cruijssen (ArugusI) presented other solutions developed in the project. Want to know more…

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Clusters 2.0 at DocksTheFuture 2019

Clusters 2.0 was presented on 4th April at the DocksTheFuture mid-term conference in Trieste, Italy. The conference was embedded within the Horizon 2020 programme and was aiming at presenting the latest developments in the designing of the Port of the Future. Consorzio IB Innovation, one of the consortium members, explained how the innovative solutions of Clusters 2.0 can contribute towards this goal. Clusters 2.0 is a Horizon2020 funded project that will advance more sustainable transport and logistics through transport planning…

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Clusters 2.0 project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 723265

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