Stakeholders exchange on better urban freight delivery at the CityMove-CityLog workshop, on the 20th February in Brussels
On the 20th of February in Brussels, the CityMove-CityLog workshop brought together 23 persons from various groups of stakeholders including local authorities,industry (freight operators, OEMs), and research organisations to discuss vehicles development to increase the efficiency of urban freight delivery operations in European cities.
Participants to the workshop also discussed developments of the CityLog project which aims to contribute to the improvement of the overall city logistics efficiency through a combination of several measures including Info-telematic support functionalities and new vehicle solutions as well as process improvements related to vehicle-to-vehicle transhipment and innovative and interoperable load units.
The city of Stockholm presented its efforts to deploy a fleet of clean vehicles and led a discussion on the challenge of defining criteria’s for cleaner vehicles for urban freight delivery for public procurement.
Citymove progresses towards cleaner, safer and more efficient vehicles for better urban freight operations were debated. The cities of Trondheim and Birmingham among others exchanged on challenges and expectations for improving urban logistics operations.
Presentations can be downloaded here in .pdf format:
For more information about CityLog, visit http://www.city-log.eu/home