Amsterdam is getting busier and as institutions and entrepreneurs we also contribute to it. Do we have a good view of all the transport movements that our suppliers make to supply our locations? After research by Urban Logistics researchers and students, it is clear that the suppliers of the University of Amsterdam (UvA) and the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS/HvA) go as many as 70 times around the world for the delivery of goods at the UvA and AUAS locations.
In July, the UvA and the AUAS started with a couple of suppliers to deliver goods at the locations through a logistics hub on the border of the city. In this hub orders are bundled and then transported into town with clean transport. The municipality of Amsterdam also has a part of their products to be delivered via a hub.
In order to make a noticeable difference to the city of Amsterdam, it is necessary that more institutions and entrepreneurs look the same way to their own stocks and transport flows. The municipality of Amsterdam, the UvA and the AUAS have already gained some experience in the field of smart and durable supplying. We are happy to share our experiences and the pros and cons with you so that you can discover the possibilities for your organization.
Date: Thursday 7 September
Time: 15:00 - 17:00
Location: Deudekom, Industrieweg 22, 1115 AD Duivendrecht
Language of presentations: Dutch
- Presentation of the municipality of Amsterdam (by Gemeente Amsterdam)
- Presentation Deudekom (by Jan Deudekom, logistic partner)
- Presentation research program Urban Logistics, AUAS (by Susanne Balm, Researcher)
- Experience of the municipality of Amsterdam (by Department of Purchasing Gemeente Amsterdam)
- Experiences of UvA and AUAS (by Bert Zwiep, Department of Purchasing and Logistics)
We cordially invite you to attend the presentation. You can register for the meeting for free via the link below. Registration can take place until Monday 4 September. We hope to see you on September 7, 2017!