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

Exploring logistics in Edinburgh

13 January 2020

In collaboration with ZEDIFY Logistics, SEStran and Edinburgh Napier University continue their meaningful action research on sustainable logistics.

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Hubs & Hiccups

09 January 2020

As part of the Surflogh project, the Province of Drenthe initiated a pilot in collaboration with the freight hub ‘Goederen Hub Groningen Eelde’ from N…

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It's gonna be a Good Goods Christmas in Borås

23 December 2019

The Good Goods pilot has started in perfect time for the Christmas rush. The aim of Good Goods is to reduce exhaust emissions and noise in the centre …

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Good Goods - on the road in Boras

16 December 2019

Why let heavy fossil fuel trucks drive in and out of town with goods and waste, when smaller vehicles, powered by electricity or biofuel, can do the j…

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Surflogh Check!

16 December 2019

The Surflogh partners met up in Drenthe (NL) this autumn to make a checklist of what’s been achieved so far and plan the next phase of the project.

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