During the past 3 years, Clusters 2.0 achieved several results and applied feasible business models and robust business plans for its solutions.
• Developed New Modular Loading Units and innovative handling and transhipment technology to accelerate handling processes within clusters for road and intermodal modes
• Enhanced services on the supply side introducing the concept of Proximity Terminal Networks (PTN) enabled by enhanced information and asset management
• Optimised handover and asset management through real-time services at depots and terminals
• Developed governance models introducing the role of a neutral agent forming the basis for new business models
• Produced regulation and policy enhancing the set-up of collaborative cluster environments.