How to get supply place in the dense and attractive city? Last reminder for registration - September 15, 2015 (Malmö, Sweden)

The Urban Freight Platform invites you to a conference on city logistics in Swedish, taking place on 15 September in Malmö, Sweden.

The conference is organised by theSwedish Mobilisation in Logistics & Transport in collaboration with Closer.

TheSwedish Mobilisation in Logistics & Transport is a collaboration between the city of Stockholm, the city of Gothenburg, Malmö, SKL, the Swedish Transport Administration, The Swedish Trade Federation, the Swedish Confederation of Transport Enterprises and the Swedish Association of Road Transport Companies.

As a part of Lindholmen Science Park AB, Closer is the Swedish arena for transport efficiency, focusing on research, development and innovation at an international level. Here academia, business and society work together to strengthen the whole innovation chain from research and demonstration to finished products and services.

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Event:                   How to get supply place in the dense and attractive city?

Date: September 15, 2015 from 10.00 to 16.30

Place: Clarion Hotel & Congress, Malmö, Sweden

Organisators: Swedish Mobilisation in Logistics & Transport /Closer

For registration, follow this link.

For more information, please contact Maria Lindholm (Closer, Lindholmen Science Park) or Cecilia Mårtensson (SKL, Nationella Satsningen)

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