SELIS workshop summarises the project output at the 6th International Physical Internet Conference (IPIC) 2019, London 9th to 11th July
The physical internet aims to transform how freight is moved, stored, supplied and used, supporting a more sustainable and efficient system of global logistics. Over three days at Church House, in Westminster, London, presenters and attendees discussed the wide range of technical, organisational, policy and business enabling solutions and strategies that will be required to deliver this vision.
The case for change was made in the opening address by Herald Reuijters, pictured above, the Director of Investment for Innovative and Sustainable Transport for DG- MOVE at the European Commission, who emphasised the need for greater
intermodality, and the necessity of shared solutions to make this optimisation of logistics through multi-modal routing a simple and everyday reality.
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