Participations from important players in national and international logistics are continuing to come in, for an edition that promises to be packed with protagonists and content.
Never before has Italian logistics been present with such force at Green Logistics Expo to debate and plan the future of a sector ever more fundamental and strategic for Italy’s economic growth.
The event’s strength lies precisely in its across-the-board nature, an opportunity for dialogue between different worlds united by the need to find alliances and collaborations, on one hand, to improve efficiency and, on the other, to shape the green logistics of the future. A “green” that must be interpreted as sustainability not just environmental, but also economic and social.
This explains the extraordinary participation in the event by ports in Italy – with the presence of the ports of Genoa, La Spezia and Trieste – and throughout the world, together with leading freight hubs, such as the German DGG association (Deutsche GVZ-Gesellschaft mbH), at the very top of the European classification for an efficient and top quality service. Intermodality as a way to improve efficiency… and so the event could hardly be without the presence of Mercitalia, also committed to exploring new ways to use High Speed Rail to transport freight, and Fercam, always a great user of rail transport, together with Autamarocchi and other logistics leaders such as Transitalia and GLS, to name but a few.
Logistics and transport need efficient and sustainable infrastructure: World Capital Group will be proposing the best opportunities for sustainable warehouses modernised with the most advanced intralogistics solutions, while Kuenz, Austrian leader in the cranes sector, will be presenting its solutions for ports and freight hubs and Zephir will be covering the terminal handling sector with its electric and other locotractors. In the railways and urban mobility sector, the presence of FNM Ferrovie Nord Milano is also particularly interesting.
In the ICT applied to warehouses sector, certain to be of interest is the participation of Multimac and Zebra, specialists in predictive logistics, who will be presenting a number of important case histories.
New participations are coming in every day at a brisk pace and the second edition promises to be rich and exciting – Italian logistics is arranging to meet in Padua!