Dr. Benoit Montreuil, Professor at Georgia Tech, Coca-Cola Chair in Material Handling & Distribution, Director of the Physical Internet Center and of the Supply Chain & Logistics Institute
When Dr. Benoit Montreuil, Chair and Professor at Georgia Tech, Coca-Cola Material Handling & Distribution Center, Atlanta, GA, presented his paper “Towards a Physical Internet: Meeting the Global Logistics Sustainability Grand Challenge”, he described not only the current ways of moving, handling, storing, implementing, supplying and using physical objects across the planet as highly inefficient.… Read more
Sergio Barbarino, research fellow of P&G Research & Development organization, about the Physical Internet.
Procter & Gamble is the largest international consumer goods company. Their products are marketed in more than 180 countries around the world and used by over 4 billion people every day. In order to improve the lives of the world’s consumers P&G’s aim is to innovate sustainably – and is thus very interested in turning the Physical Internet from vision to reality.… Read more
Marcel Huschebeck, Dr. Benoit Montreuil, Chair and Professor at Georgia Tech, Coca-Cola Material Handling & Distribution Center, Atlanta, GA, and inventor of the Physical Internet and Dr. Michael Nutto, Solution Director PTV xServer (f.l.t.r.) at IPIC 2017.
The 4th International Physical Internet Conference took place at LogistikWerkstatt Graz in early July (please also read our press release).… Read more
In an interview, Michael Schygulla, Senior Project Manager Global Research, talks about the EU-funded TransformingTransport project.
TransformingTransport, an EU-funded Big Data Value Lighthouse project, is designed to have a radiating effect on the entire transport and logistics sector. Currently, only one in five European transport and logistics companies explore the issue of big data further.… Read more
PTV Group is involved in the iHub project: Presentation of the electric van at Schenker Deutschland AG’s office in Berlin.
How can a mixed fleet of electric and conventionally fuelled trucks be operated in a highly sustainable manner? This is one of the challenges being addressed by the partners of the research project iHub.… Read more