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Second Project Board Meeting in Karlsruhe

Clusters 2.0 Board Meeting – February 2018 The Second Project Board meeting was held at Karlsruhe (Germany) on 22-23 February 2018, hosted by PTV Group. The consortium has presented the overall status of the Clusters 2.0 project, focusing on the progresses made under each Living Lab. For each of them, the status was presented and a discussion regarding next steps were performed. Focusing on the Business orientation, the break down structure of each business ecosystem was shown, and plans on…

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Article about Clusters 2.0, by Milos Milenkovic from ZLC

Supply Chain Management Review published an article from Milos Milenkovic from ZLC about Clusters 2.0: “Cluster-Based Freight Corridors Could Drive Sustainable Logistics in Europe”. “A hyperconnected network of logistics clusters could play a key role in achieving the European Union’s goal of creating a sustainable, more efficient freight transportation system” Read the complete article at SCMR

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First Project Board Meeting in Bologna

Project Board Meeting – October 2017 Last October 2017, CLUSTER 2.0’s team met at Interporto Bologna for the first Project Board meeting. Responsibles from PTV, BlueGreen, ENIDE and more got together to discuss the future of logistics, with focus on efficiency and innovation. The meeting lasted two whole days; the first day mainly concentrated on Symbiotic Network of Logistics Clusters (based on CargoStream) and Proximity Terminal Network (PTN) updates, amongst other issues regarding CLUSTER 2.0’s organization, partner roles and next…

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Collaboration, digitalisation and sustainability for future logistics

A few weeks ago we interviewed Marcel Huschebeck, coordinator of CLUSTER 2.0, from PTV group, who discussed the changes in the world of logistics, the project’s ambitions and expectations, and also in which ways it differs from other projects. To begin with, it is necessary to define what a logistic cluster is: an agglomeration of several types of firms and operations: logistics service providers (transportation, 3PL), logistics operations (such as warehousing) and linked logistics industries (for example, ICT). Well established…

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