Date: 12 Sep 2018
On 28th August a practical research study on the use of light electric freight vehicles (LEFVs) for city logistics was presented at the LEFV-LOGIC Conference in Amsterdam. Top Dutch universities have worked with more than sixty organizations from the transport and logistics sector, knowledge institutes and municipalities to determine if LEFVs are a good alternative for the ever-growing number of delivery trucks in our cities. Certainly a relevant topic for Surflogh!
Jeroen Berends and Sjouke van der Vlugt, Policy Advisors for the Municipality of Groningen and partners in Surflogh, joined a panel of experts during the event and reported back. Ten takeaways that we thought would be worth highlighting:
This meeting was certainly an inspirational one for our Surflogh partners. The project results prove yet again how cooperation between the business sector, governments authorities and knowledge institutes can multiply the power of innovation. Follow this link for the LECV-LOGIC final report lefv-logic.english.