Austrian Verein Netzwerk Logistik VNL: Strengthen multimodal business chains

Under the title "Economic Development 2023 - Effects on Transport Chains", the VNL held its traditional "Power Day Transport Management" on January 26, 2023 in Linz, Austria. Key insight: In order to achieve the climate goals, the promotion of intermodal freight transport is essential. Long transport routes should be made by train and short distances for delivery and collection by truck.
The current year in Austria will be marked by numerous special events with which ÖBB is celebrating its 100th birthday. On October 1, 1923, the ÖBB was created as an "independent economic entity" - initially under a different name.
The organisers describe the International Specialist Congress for Renewable Mobility “Fuels of the Future”, which is taking place for the 20th time this year, as a “navigator for sustainable mobility” and “leading event in the European biofuels industry”. More than 600 participants are expected in Berlin on January 23 and 24, 2023.
Business Development Manager Rob Vos is pleased with the response: “At this Debrecen conference, you may promote your services to a dedicated audience and meet your new business partners.” At The Hungarian Edition of the RailFreight on Tour, the potential of Hungary on the international rail freight map is explored. The event is organised by the Dutch ProMedia and CARGO FREIGHT JOURNAL is one of the media partners of the event. Information are given under:
Despite the globalised supply chain, business developments still take place intensely on a regional level. Therefore, the staff of is now organising a conference under the motto RailFreight on Tour: „On 14 and 15 June, we will travel to Vilnius, Lithania.“
Where wood is chopped, splinters must fall. And where track construction takes place, there are train delays. The CEO of the infrastructure company DB Netz, Frank Sennhenn, explained this connection at the 28th iaf in an honest, factual presentation.
Sunshine shone on the exhibition center of Halle Münsterland, sunshine also dominated the facial expressions of the thousands of trade visitors from 72 countries. The 28th iaf in Münster/Westphalia was a complete success, summed up Dr. Siegfried Krause, organizer of the trade fair.