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

Highlights, Hubs & Haggis -SURFLOGH hits Edinburgh

29 September 2022

The SURFLOGH partners most recent meeting was held in Edinburgh on 13th – 15th September. Our hosts and colleagues from SEStran organized a diverse an…

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SURFLOGH on Tour – spreading the word

21 September 2022

SURFLOGH followers will recognise the name. Dr Jonathan Cowie, our parnter from Edinburgh Napier’s Transport Research Institute (TRI), continues his p…

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SURFLOGH in Action & Pictures - it's the movie!

16 September 2022

Sustainable URban Freight Logistic Hubs -SURFLOGH. It's a bit of a mouthful when explaining to a wider audience what this Interreg North Sea Region pr…

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Urban Consolidation Centre viability – a SURFLOGH case study

28 July 2022

The Interreg NSR project SURFLOGH has facilitated multiple pilots in a quest to find solutions for green freight logistics. Within the context of ‘Res…

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SURFLOGH shines at 54th Annual UTSG Conference

19 July 2022

On Wednesday 6th July, the initial results of the ‘Business Models in Action’ stage of the SURFLOGH project were presented at the 54th Annual Universi…

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