Welcome to SURFLOGH's webspace. SURFLOGH is a project co-funded by the North Sea Region Programme 2014 - 2020.

Core challenge of the project is to achieve a more efficient cargo distribution in urban areas, and thereby maintain efficiency in long distance transport. To promote efficient logistics sustainably, the focus is on optimizating the interaction between hubs ande urban logistics sysetm in smaller and medium-sized cities and city networks.

Surflogh is innovative in that it introduces a 'system and supply chain approach'  in developing these hubs, as apposed to past projects that focussed on location -  making them really 'smart'.  By establishing city labs a transnational platform is created, bringing various actors together to exchange knowledge, work on new pilot projects and implement the results within policy stategies and urban logistic systems.

 

Latest Project News

Meet up in Mechelen

14 February 2019
Green transport and mobility

The Surflogh partners met up again on 5th - 6th February to exchange updates on project progress and to share expertise during a transnational Innova…

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Borås gets started with Good Goods

15 January 2019
Green transport and mobility

By reducing heavy traffic in the city centre, Borås aims to positively impact the city’s environment. With this in mind Suflogh’s Swedish partner …

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Good Goods: the making of…

10 December 2018
Green transport and mobility

As part of the Surflogh project, the City of Borås plans to test a new fossil free distribution system in the city centre during 2019. To engage all t…

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Can E-Cargo bikes transform logistics in Edinburgh?

03 December 2018
Green transport and mobility

At the regional Logistics & Freight Forum on 28th November, the South East of Scotland Transport Partnership (SEStran), Edinburgh Napier University & …

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What a great Start!

21 November 2018
Green transport and mobility

On 1st of November the Start Conference of the Interreg Surflogh project in Groningen brought together representatives of major international organiza…

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