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BTJ 2/16 - Cooperative intelligence. The connected future of logistics and freight transports

Publication date: 2016-05-04

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BTJ 2/16 - Cooperative intelligence. The connected future of logistics and freight transports

Along with the growing population in Europe, goods transport activities are also on the rise.

According to the European Commission's EU transport in figures. Statistical pocketbook 2015, back in 2013, the total EU-28 freight transport performance (incl. intra-EU air and sea traffic) amounted to 3,481 bln tonnes-kilometres, over one-fifth more than in 1995.

The freight sector therefore represents a great opportunity. The challenge is also obvious - how to efficiently take care of increased cargo flows?

  Cooperative intelligence, by Lina Konstantinopoulou, Head of Transport and Logistics, and Carla Coppola, Manager PR & Communications, ERTICO - ITS Europe

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