Freight transport and urban logistics associated with the last stage of the distribution process have significant impacts on the proper functioning of cities.
In a context where the option for road transport clearly dominates, there are still many opportunities to promote greater modal rebalancing in freight transport.
In line with the strategy defined in the Paris Agreement, it is essential to act in the logistics sector to promote integrated solutions that are disruptive and favor the decarbonization and the articulation of road transport with the other modes of transport.
In the projects in which we have participated at national and international level, we have applied the best practices of regulation and management of urban logistics and of the supply networks of cities. TIS also has extensive experience in the evaluation of logistics networks and infrastructures, strategic planning and business models of ports and logistics terminals.
Logistics and Goods
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