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Project to impulse cross-border transport
and logistics collaboration
in the Euroregion


The CoLogistics Project or the Logistics Collaboration Structure Project in the Euroregion CoLogistics, promotes cross-border collaboration in the field of transport and logistics.

It is a project that has emerged from various bodies and institutions in the Euroregion and has been chosen by the European Cooperation Programme Interreg V A Spain - Portugal (POCTEP) 2014-2020 to be developed over the next few years.

The project is based on the need to strengthen logistical capacities in order to maintain the competitiveness of the territories.

The process of internationalization and globalization of the economy is evolving and intensifying, demanding a better performance of the industrial and logistic sectors: deadlines are being reduced, maintaining stocks is inefficient and the tension on transport costs is brutal.

Promotion of the logistic activity in the territory of Galicia-Norte Portugal through the reinforcement of the organisational and technological capacities of the Galicia-Norte Portugal logistic system, for the promotion of the internationalization and increase of the foreign presence of companies in the areas of logistics and transport.

At the same time, the performance of industrial companies in the Euroregion in this field will be strengthened in order to improve their external competitiveness and the challenges arising from the globalisation of their supply chains.

There is a main partner which is the CEP. The Xunta de Galicia (through IGAPE and the Xeral Direction of Movement), the Port of Vigo, AEP (Chamber of Commerce and Industry), APDL (Administration of Douro, Leixões and Viana do Castelo Ports) and Famalicão Cámara Municipal also participate in this project.

1. Information and analysis of the logistics needs and opportunities of the Euroregion.
2. Boosting logistics competitiveness in the Euroregion.
3. Technological and non-technological innovation in the industrial and logistics sectors.
4. Establishing joint structures for logistical collaboration.
5. Internal project management.
6. Communication.

From July 2019 to December 2021.


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