LSN launches a call for innovative project ideas for responsible logistics
ecological | Innovation | logistics | Stéphanie Motte | SupplyChain | transport
Par Ibrahima DIALLO
19 January 2024 / 09:34

The LSN (Logistique Seine Normandie) trade association is looking for ideas for innovation and experimentation projects aimed at boosting the development of new organizations, solutions or services, in response to the challenges of competitiveness and ecological transition in the logistics sector.

Logistique Seine-Normandie (LSN), an association of supply chain professionals in Normandy, is issuing a call for innovative project ideas to "accelerate the development of solutions for efficient, responsible logistics", says Stéphanie Motte, the organization's Innovation Project Manager.

Open until March 4, 2024, it is aimed at companies (start-ups, SMEs, ETIs, large groups), research institutes, local authorities, and in general, players in the transport and logistics sectors with specific needs or proposals, but also digital specialists, equipment manufacturers, etc.

Respondents will be able to test their solution in real-life conditions, and benefit from the support of a large network of experts.

What types of projects are expected?

Proposed projects must be innovative, i.e. they must lead to the development of a new product (or one with substantial added value to the existing one), or a new service or use.

They can cover: goods transportation vehicles and equipment for low-carbon mobility; logistics organization (optimizing flows, pooling, facilitating modal shift, etc.); prevention of logistics and industrial risks; energy performance of buildings; reduction of packaging and waste treatment; adaptation to climate change (changes in buildings, flows, resilience of supply chains, etc.); circular economy logistics or improving quality of life at work.





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