Logistics in transition: How to deal with climate protection, energy system transformation and infrastructure bottlenecks?
Climate change, energy system transformation, digitalization and demographic change - logistics companies are facing major upheavals. Most players still see them primarily as a challenge, if not a problem. But they can also be a (business) opportunity. But how do you manage to be one of the winners? The 6th German-Dutch Logistics Conference provides the answers to these questions for the first time as a digital conference - with presentations, best practice examples and discussion rounds. After all, climate change, energy system transformation, digitalisation and demographic change do not stop at the German-Dutch border.
In concrete terms, the conference will focus on the following topics:
LNG, hydrogen and alternative propulsion systems: How German and Dutch ports will become energy hubs and thus ensure the supply of fuels to the transport industry in the future.
The new sulphur limits in shipping and their effects on those involved in the maritime logistics chain: How liner shipping companies deal with the additional costs and what this means for forwarders and shippers.
Hot-spot hinterland: What challenges are faced when transporting goods to and from the ports and how logistics companies deal with low water on the Rhine, scarce capacities in the terminals on the railways and the many construction sites in the road network.