30 September 2015
CLECAT-CORE workshop "Importing into the EU under the new Union Customs Code", 19th November 2015 at the Port of Antwerp
A workshop jointly organised by CLECAT and the CORE Project, entitled "Importing into the EU under the new Union Customs Code", will take place at the Port of Antwerp, Havenhuis, the 19 November 2015 from 10.30 to 12.30.
16 September 2015
Freight Forwarders Forum 2015
Antwerp, 19 November 2015, 12.30 - 19.00 Moving the Maritime Supply Chain Forward
07 November 2014
Freight Forwarders Forum 2014 - presentations
Following the successful conclusion of our annual Freight Forwarders' Forum, the CLECAT Secretariat has now uploaded the presentations that were given during the panels of the conference.
16 June 2014
Freight Forwarders Forum 2014
Envisioning the Future of Logistics: Challenges and Solutions Explored
29 November 2013
Freight Forwarders' Forum 2013 - presentations
Following the successful conclusion of our annual Freight Forwarders' Forum, the CLECAT Secretariat has now uploaded the presentations that were given during the three panels of the conference.
30 September 2013
6th European Conference on ICT for Transport Logistics (ECITL)
The 6th ECITL 2013 will put innovation in Transport Logistics in the centre of the conference. The goal is to identify the upcoming logistics challenges while taking into account solutions in development.Topics which will be discussed: The future role of logistics for the pan-European economy Innovation obstacles in the logistics sector Expected Impact of European project solutions on the logistics industry The impact of regulations on the innovation capability of the logistics industry Fostering the uptake of sustainable logistics operations Explore the potential of intelligent cargo solutions Identify and define the role of new Information and Communication Technology solutions for logistics operations
27 August 2013
Freight Forwarders Forum 2013
CLECAT 2013 Freight Forwarders ForumInnovative Solutions in Logistics: from Strategy to Reality28 NOVEMBER 2013 KBC Tower - ANTWERP
25 April 2013
i-Cargo Workshop on Logistic Data Infrastructures
The iCargo project is organising a workshop on logistic data infrastructures in Munich, Germany, on the 4th of June. The workshop will deal with the challenges, potential solutions and busness models that are associated with logistic data infrastructures. CLECAT is a consortium partner of the iCargo project. The project acts on the assumption that logistics represents a vital link between the economies in Europe and is fundamental to conduct business in today's international supply networks. At the same time novel ICT infrastructures offer unprecedented capabilities to capture, analyze and exchange data across the supply chain. Through the intelligent use of information, the potential of global logistics networks can be maximized, reducing the underutilization of logistics resources and the ecological as well as economical impacts of this underutilization. CLECAT recommends all members and interested parties to register for and participate in the event. More information on the agenda and how to register is available here.
15 March 2013
CLECAT supports TOC Container Supply Chain: Europe 2013
The TOC Container Supply Chain Europe exhibition and conferences attract over 2000 industry professionals from more than 30 countries, including senior executives from throughout the container supply chain: shippers, 3PLs/NVOCCs, shipping lines, ports, terminals, inland transport, finance and other stakeholder groups.
11 October 2012
5th European Conference on ICT for Transport Logistics (ECITL '12)
The 5th European Conference on ICT for transport logistics will be held from November 7th-9th, in Gothenburg, Sweden.During the conference, iCargo and other EU-funded projects dealing with topics in transport logistics like e-Freight, CO3 and Cassandra will offer their point of view about different aspects in the field. The target audience includes everybody involved in logistics planning and operations, e.g., logistics operators, shippers, industry, infrastructure providers and authorities.