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Clusters 2.0 First Newsletter!

Dear Cluster 2.0 follower We’re thrilled to present to you our first CLUSTERS 2.0 Newsletter, which includes: The definition of a logistics clusters, its advantages for those who are part of it and its benefits for the environment. An interview with Marcel Huschebeck, coordinator of CLUSTERS 2.0 from PTV Group, where he discusses the project’s ambitions, expected results and how CLUSTERS 2.0 differs from other projects A recap and pictures from our first general meeting in Bologna A summary of…

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ALICE Infoday in Brussels

ALICE Infoday – December 14th December was a busy month. After the Clusters 2.0 executive board and ALICE’s Plenary meeting, our days in Brussels culminated with ALICE’s Info-day and Brokerage Event on H2020 funding opportunities for logistics. More than 90 participants from relevant companies in Europe attended and relevant topics were addressed in order to connect potential partners and to get a complete study of all the possibilities of improvement in the field. Clusters 2.0 was mentioned several times as…

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ALICE Plenary Meeting – December 13th

Many of the partners who had taken part in Clusters 2.0 executive board met again at ALICE (Alliance for Logistic Innovation through Collaboration in Europe) Plenary meeting in Brussels on December 13th. One of the major topics was the importance of ALICE’s roadmap renew al on Physical Internet, which now targets 2030 instead of 2050 and which will help not only all manufacturing industries, since it means reduced required investments, but also the environment. In this sense, a new ambitious…

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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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