Logistics is a fundamental part of any company’s process, from the infrastructure available until the dynamics of contact with suppliers and the final disposal of products. A capillary network multimodal and with good quality are fundamental factors to the distribution of goods and services. Sustainability issues, however, must be considered in this dynamic: the great dependence of the road (in the Brazilian case), whose roads are far from a reasonable state of conservation, in the context of a country with continental dimensions, implies in a saturated and inefficient network with high emissions of greenhouse gases. The urban mobility scenario is not very different. The urban agglomerate, low road planning and the low-quality public transportation have turned cities into a chaotic environment for displacement. The cost of transit for citizens and businesses is rising because of the increasing miles of congestion. Given this scenario – the need to make the logistics network and urban mobility sustainable and efficient – the Logistics and Transports Working Group has as its focus the articulation of possible business solutions to the difficulties posed by multimodal transport and clean, efficient and secure fleets.
Governance (03/2017 – 2019)
Co-chair: Ricardo Kenzo (Siemens) and Sergio Monteiro (Ticket Log)
Luan Santos (CEBDS)
Low Carbon Technology Partnerships initiative (LCTPi) 2016: From Ambition to ImplementationSee publication