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2010 Annual Polis Conference Dresden, 25 November 2010 D-via – Sustainable Urban Distribution in Flanders
© 2010 Vlaams Instituut voor Mobiliteit Flanders Institute for Mobility – vim.be Competence Research Centre for mobility issues Research & development (financing + coordination) Passenger transport Transport and logistics Infrastructure 172 members (129 companies (100 SME), 12 member assoc., 20 knowledge centres, 8 local governments, 3 intergovernmental associations) Members from Infrastructure, Transport & Logistics, Mobility, Micro Electronics, Automotive, Study & Advice, Bank & Insurance, ICT, Governmental companies, Telecommunication, Hotspot Technology, Environmental technologies 2 Innovation & sustainability
© 2010 Vlaams Instituut voor Mobiliteit Innovations in urban distribution in Flanders? Aligning municipal regulations? Nice shopping climate? Noise and air pollution? Fluent traffic and accessibility? Urban livability Economic viability? Problem for the one, but not for the other? Bundling potential … ? D-via ? 3
© 2010 Vlaams Instituut voor Mobiliteit Awareness raising for integration and alignment of policies Economically and logistically viable model for smart distribution bottom-up (support, consultation, assist in creation) aimed at retail sector and tailored to concrete problems focus on sustainability looking for the bundling potential Small diffuse flows Large less organised flows out of the box (questioning existing concepts and models) Support & cooperation of all keyplayers D-via ! 4
© 2010 Vlaams Instituut voor Mobiliteit Concrete results Monitor + reference databank for urban distribution (maintenance) – Flemish situation (delivery times, limitations, …) Economically and logistically viable model for bundling of goods Instructions – method for succesful implementation References and examples for succesful demand driven bundling Start for follow-up: true implementation 5
© 2010 Vlaams Instituut voor Mobiliteit Monitor urban distribution 6
© 2010 Vlaams Instituut voor Mobiliteit Reference databank urban distribution 7 Loading and unloading zone Length and height restrictions Delivery times Shopping and pedestrian areas Preferential routes … http://www.d-via.be/
© 2010 Vlaams Instituut voor Mobiliteit Model for bundeling of goods 8 2 pilots : Hasselt and Gent
© 2010 Vlaams Instituut voor Mobiliteit Pilot Hasselt 9 Eco distribution Logistical service point At the border of the city with VAS X tra Return logistics Linen service Collect & go Chore services Mail collection Depot service … Urban distribution centre Servicepoint for retailers and others
© 2010 Vlaams Instituut voor Mobiliteit Result for Hasselt: CityDepot Pilot case for 2 years Working spirit Bottom up approach Initiated by City of Hasselt but choices are made together with shopkeepers Logistical services having a joint COMMITMENT and CULTURAL FIT Mode of operation: Operational non-profit organization: logistical service providers; Supervisory Board: City of Hasselt, shopkeepers, financial and logistical controllers (possibly incl sector organisations) 10
© 2010 Vlaams Instituut voor Mobiliteit Pilot Gent 11 X tra Bundling Collaboration Smart bundling strategies & techniques Delivery- and x- docking point At the border of the city with VAS
© 2010 Vlaams Instituut voor Mobiliteit 7 Solutions proposed for Gent Sector manager Street manager Striving for full trucks of the transporters through transporting goods from others (with better conditions for ‘full trucks?) Warehouse at existing logistical player, close to the city, with environmentally friendly transport to the city on demand? Bundling goods of all suppliers at one transporter? Striving for horizontal cooperation between professional transporters (with better conditions for ‘ full trucks’?) Cargopooling 12
© 2010 Vlaams Instituut voor Mobiliteit 2 Solutions chosen by Gent Sector manager! Street manager! Striving for full trucks of the transporters through transporting goods from others (with better conditions for ‘full trucks?) Warehouse at existing logistical player, close to the city, with environmentally friendly transport to the city on demand? Bundling goods of all suppliers at one transporter? Striving for horizontal cooperation between professional transporters (with better conditions for ‘ full trucks’?) Cargopooling 13
© 2010 Vlaams Instituut voor Mobiliteit Guidance notes Roadmap 14 SUPPORT CONTENT PROCESS
© 2010 Vlaams Instituut voor Mobiliteit Project team 15 Assignment given by Assignment carried out by
© 2010 Vlaams Instituut voor Mobiliteit Participation of Committee for transport and mobility (FEDIS) Knowledge forum innovative distribution (UNIZO, AO and VVSG) Working group urban distribution (VVSG) Sponsored by Total budget: 340.000 EUR eVAT 80% financed by Flanders Institute for Mobility 20% co-financing by partners Joint effort 16
© 2010 Vlaams Instituut voor Mobiliteit17 Marleen Bellenwww.d-via.bewww.d-via.be email@example.com +32 11 24 60 00
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