Given the high and rising percentage that logistics costs represent in industrial companies, it is necessary to favour the introduction of technology that allows this cost reduction, but also the improvement of performance in competitiveness factors such as the reduction of environmental impact or the improvement of delivery times.
Programme for the promotion of Green Logistics, analysing those processes with the highest environmental impact and proposing improvement actions to reduce the carbon footprint and even logistics costs.
Promotion of collaborative logistics between companies in the Euroregion, which advances the idea that the value of logistics infrastructures is in their use and not in their ownership, achieving a real saturation of assets which minimises costs. The idea is to provide a support framework that allows the development of collaborative economy projects that increase sectoral competitiveness and help to achieve the challenges faced by the logistics sectors.
Smart-logistics programme improving the approach to the challenges in the fields of Industry 4.0 related to logistics and the optimisation of supply chains, the connection between the different links in these chains and new technologies such as sensorisation, location of goods or demand forecasting.