This month we focus on the Green Logistics sector. How is Italy doing in this business field? How Green is Italy already and what are opportunities for Dutch technologies that can support Italian companies towards a more sustainable logistics system? These and other answers to above questions in this newsletter.

Firstly, we present you the 4 macro areas that will shape the logistics of the future


All over our planet, cities are experiencing epoch-making changes. In 30 years, 80% of the Italian population will live in a city and according to the World Bank, 75% of the infrastructure that will exist at that time has yet to be built.

Currently 75% of traffic occurs near and within urban areas, for the most part lacking an efficient mobility system. This is one of the most important factors for pollution.

Urban logistics are growing every year, pressed by the new e-commerce business in the retail sector and requiring high service levels for logistics. At the same time, public authorities strive to ensure the sustainability of urban mobility.

What is Retailing for the online consumer; Orders, deliveries, returns, transport, mobility and services in urban and metropolitan areas; Governance models for complex organisations; sustainability in both supply and demand.

Second workshop organised by the MiSE, focusing on the needs of the Municipalities regarding urban mobility


Ministry of the Economic Development is investing in Smart City and Smart mobility: 50 million euro for the digital transformation


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