At Logistop, a leader in logistics innovation in Spain, we turn our ideas into value and transform the supply chain through innovation, helping industry, companies and society in general to be more efficient and sustainable.
Taught by experts in the field
Presentation and discussion of possible projects
Development of identified projects
Analysis and discussion of innovation in the sector
One of Logistop’s main objectives is to promote the need for innovation among companies involved in the logistics sector; to promote innovation projects; and to communicate the real needs of the sector at an institutional level.
The optimisation and efficiency of operations, the total transformation of delivery modes, the use of proximity warehouses and the active collaboration between city councils, public and private companies and the use of technology are the main challenges of urban logistics.
Decarbonization can be approached from many interrelated perspectives. Our approach is based on three specific areas: green hydrogen, energy efficiency and renewable energies.
It offers the possibility of providing service and advice to Logistop’s partners in the global management of public incentives at European and national level to finance innovation projects.
The lines of action that we will address in this working group are the following: seeking efficiency in port-logistics operations, decarbonisation and security, and all areas linked to these main themes.
Digitization and automation
Playing a transversal role with the rest of the areas, we will support current disruptive technologies with the use of, among others, the following: Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Internet of Things (IoT), Digital Twins, Big Data and Data Analytics, process automation and robotics, Robotics and collaborative robotics, AMR and AGVs and sensorisation
The circular economy plays a key role as a vector of ecological transition and a driver of change.