The research project Logman is focussing on the existing and forthcoming interrelationships of the manufacturing an logistic systems. Logman contributes to the future actions the European Commission intends to undertake in order to improve the efficiency and the sustainability of the manufacturing and logistic systems. Logman will make transparent how logistical processes will evolve over time and identify the means how transport policy at the level of EU 27 will be able to influence them.
This document provides Environmental and Energy, Transport and Trade policies at global, EU and national level considering their relevance for logistics and manufacturing systems. For national level analysis, EU major economies (UK, Germany and Netherlands) are selected based on their share of EU income and effectiveness of policies. The document also serves as a catalogue of the major policy and legislation relevant for the project.
Autor: Stephan Kritzinger, Jan Limbers, Tobias Dennisen et al.
Typ: Editorial Article
Tags: sustainability, transport, logistics