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LaMiLo represented at the Transport Logistic event

4-7 June 2013 munich-transport-event LaMiLo was promoted at the World’s largest transport and logistics trade fair held on 4-7 June in Munich. Representing the project, lead partner the Institute for Sustainability along with the Public Research Centre Henri Tudor exhibited at the event to showcase the project.

This year the world´s biggest trade show for logistics, mobility, IT and supply chain management attracted a record 53,000 trade visitors. A further rise in international scope was also noticeable – around 45 percent of the exhibitors came from outside Germany, and almost 40 percent of the visitors outside the North West Europe region.

The Institute and Tudor also presented the Weastflows (West and East Freight Flows) project, which is looking at developing an efficient freight network within North West Europe using ICT technologies to streamline supply chains.

The event enabled the partners to:
    • promote the fact that INTERREG is making funds available to the logistics sector
 
    • promote a more holistic, cross-sectoral and wider urban-territorial approach to efficient logistics
 
    • network across the private and public sector outside the project’s partnership
 
  • cross-network with other partners’ EU funded projects and programmes.
For more information about the transport logistic event please click here

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