From the NaKoMo Innovative Logistics workshop series Zero emission powertrains in urban commercial transport can and must make a significant contribution to the energy transition in the area of mobility. Estimates indicate that by 2030, commercial transport in Germany will increase by around 38 percent over 2010 – the share of commercial trips in total urban transport is already at around 35 percent. Urban commercial transport in municipalities is the main area of focus in this workshop.
Besides contributions on the “Urban Logistics” (“Städtische Logistik”) funding guideline, the current status quo in urban commercial transport as well as the resulting potential for commercial vehicles with alternative drive systems, the event will also include three best-practice examples from various municipalities. In a digital World Café, participants will be given the opportunity to actively engage with the topic themselves and develop new approaches for finding solutions.
Online Workshop: “Urban Commercial Transport”
25.08.2020 / 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Attention: Participation is free of charge. The number of participants is limited to 45 persons. Please note that only representatives from municipalities, municipal companies, the German states, state networks and the federal government can be accredited.
NaKoMo Innovative Logistics Workshop Series
As part of the NaKoMo Innovative Logistics workshop series, participants from federal, state and local authorities will work together to identify challenges in the sustainable design of urban commercial transport and jointly develop innovative proposals for solutions for the future of logistics. The workshops are intended to create a platform for the exchange of ideas between logistics stakeholders at municipal level and to highlight best practice examples. Future workshops are planned on the topics of logistics concepts and the digitalisation of commercial transport.
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