Journal of Open ENLoCC, the European Network of Logistics Competence CentersIssue 2021-1 Welcome Giuseppe Luppino I am glad to welcome you to the last issue of the EU Review, the scientific and communication tool of the Open ENLoCC, the European Network of Regional Competence Centers. Since 2006, OPEN ENLoCC has been around as an informal group at EU level. As from the end of 2019, we have now taken the next step and formalized the network as an ASBL under Belgian law. This new legal form, was necessary due to… Read More »European Review of Regional Logistics 2021-1
EU Review – Issues
Dear members and friends of the Open ENLoCC network In this summer edition of the Review, we focus on methodology for urban and regional logistics plans as well as on lessons learned from them. While the guidelines for sustainable urban mobility plans (that is, mainly for mobility of people) have been updated these days, they now go along with guidelines for sustainable urban logistics plans. We present an excerpt from these new guidelines that focus on functional regions more than on cities within administrative borders. In this context, we also… Read More »European Review of Regional Logistics 3-2019
Dear members and friends of the Open ENLoCC network In this spring edition of the Review, the handling of goods in urban areas is once again a major topic. Not only “Inner City Logistics”, but also freight transport in greater urban regions, will be addressed. We will also guide you into the state of the art in local and regional planning dealing with these logistics issues! On urban freight transport we present a major overview on soft sustainable transport policies and measures implemented in European cities in a study made… Read More »European Review of Regional Logistics / 2-2019 (April)
Dear members and friends of the Open ENLoCC network In this issue we have two big topics. One is the handling of goods in urban environments, also known as city logistics. This is much more than just downtown parcel delivery, but always a big regional logistics issue. Several congresses deal with the topic, many projects, and we also publish a manifesto by Ian Wainwright from London, who among other things played an important role in handling goods logistics issues during the London Olympic Games. Also, utilizing the third dimension may… Read More »European Review of Regional Logistics / 1-2019 (January)
The publication of the European Review of Regional Logistics is supported by a grant of Wirtschaftsförderung Region Stuttgart GmbH (WRS).