Project Executive Board at Brussels

CLUSTERS 2.0 Project Executive Board – December 12th and 13th On December 12th and 13th the Executive Board of Clusters met in Brussels, with the objectives to plan the upcoming innovations to improve the performance of logistic hubs around Europe. Procter & Gamble hosted the meeting, which consisted of important presentations by members from entities such as PTV, Nallian, Interporto di Bologna Innovation, Fraunhofer and more. The board discussed main issues such as supply chain approach, scope and priority within…

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TalkNET: Logistics and transport between sustainability and market needs

TalkNET: Logistics and transport between sustainability and market needs In the logistics sector the traditional way of thinking is still prevalent nonetheless many changes are coming. Disruptive innovations and reliable technologies are getting in the market. Knowing them is he first step to find the key to support a better transport sustainability. “Logistics and transport between sustainability and market needs” event goes in this direction promoting an open dialogue involving key players of the sector. Following the objectives of this event,…

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CLUSTERS 2.0 project kick-off meeting

Today, Clusters 2.0 project has initiate their activities: almost 30 different European companies and institutions have gathered in the premises of Euralogistic – CCI Artois, at Dourges, France, to share and discuss the activities and expectations around this ambitious action, aimed to empower the logistics hubs of Europe into a leading position in terms of efficiency and performance while considering the social and environmental impact of logistics.

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