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)
On October 23 and 24, the members of the Open ENLoCC network met at an extraordinary General Assembly in Stuttgart at member Wirtschaftsförderung Region Stuttgart GmbH (WRS). The deliberations resulted in a unanimous decision to go for a registration as a non-profit association under Belgian law. The assembly welcomed two new network members: TØI from Oslo (Norway) and LCA-Süd from Fürnitz (Austria).
This year’s General Assembly of the Open ENLoCC network was held in Newcastle (GB) on April 10-11, upon invitation of Open ENLoCC member NewRAIL. The first day was open to interested participants also from outside the Open ENLoCC network. The second day dealt with formal deliberations and technical discussions. As already done in Bologna and Kassel, a session about the current project work and interests in upcoming project cooperation was held on Wednesday. More about the meeting in the issue 3-2018 of the European Review of Regional Logistics.
Dear members and friends of the Open ENLoCC network “Regional logistics” – what is it? City logistics, intermodal transport, optimum delivery services, optimum locations for logistics businesses? Well,we learned that it is a lot more. Actually, it is among the key functions thatkeep an agglomeration alive. Struggling with the aftermath of the tragedyin Genoa proves it. See our article.But not all logistics is that dramatic. Much is done with low visibility, although it represents large flows of goods. Setting up a regular festival isamong those topics, and therefore we feature… Read More »Quarterly Journal of Open ENLoCC / 4-2018 (October)