II International Conference on Smart Logistics
Urban tolls & logistics last mile
L'Hospitalet de Llobregat
II International Conference on Smart Logistics
Urban tolls & logistics last mile
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Barcelona, Tuesday 19th November 2019

Side Event Smart City Expo World Congress

Room 1.4

The II International Conference on Smart Logistics will present the result of the study Map of logistic transport in Catalonia authored by IESE Business School in collaboration with the International Economic Forum in Logistics (IEFL), the think tank of Barcelona Centre Logístic (BCL).Additionally, there will be a round-table to discuss about the effects of urban toll on last mile distribution in cities.

In the first part of the conference, we will present the results obtained in an advanced model of analysis for Catalan logistics at the road segment level, the lowest level of dis aggregation possible. For this, new methodologies based on Big Data or complex network analysis have been used among others. Based on this new approach, we are able to analyze how goods move in, out and around Catalonia at the most detailed level ever. The analysis includes also detailed data on strategic infrastructures such as ports and airports.

In the second part of the conference, we will discuss about the new scenario for transport and logistic companies when cities introduce an urban toll. The purpose of the urban toll is to limit the number of cars in the center of cities to reduce traffic congestion and therefore reduce emissions. According to European Environment Agency poor air quality caused 412,000 premature deaths in Europe in 2016.

This measure, already implemented in cities like Stockholm, London, Milan or Gothenburg, has important side effects on the logistics sector and it is of the interest of logistics actors to analyze the evolution of previous experiences.

DATE AND TIME
Tuesday, November 19, 2019
09:00 a.m. - 01:00 p.m.
LOCATION
Fira Barcelona Av. Joan Carles I, 64,, 08908, L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, ES
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PROGRAM

9.00-9.15. Welcome & Opening Words

Mr. Santiago Bassols, Director de BCL

9.15-10.15. Presentation of the Map of Logistic Transport in Catalonia

Mr. Carlos Carrasco, IESE Business School

10.15-10.45. Coffee break 

10.45-12.00. Round-table: impact of traffic restriction in the last-mile logistic sector business

  • Mr. Gustaf Landahl. Head department at City of Stockholm
  • Mr. Graham Colclough, UrbanDNA, London
  • Mr. José Luís Giménez, Idencity, Barcelona
  • Mr. Joan Viaplana Vilà, Director Integrations of Projects and Mobility, Saba Infraestructuras

Moderator: Mr. Jordi Salvador, Project Coordinator at PPSRC, IESE Business School

11.50-12.00. Closing remarks





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