Thursday, February 17th, 2022
To ensure a fair and an affordable transition, more focus should be given to support the demand of those companies investing in new technologies (transportation companies) and their customers asking for those services (cargo owners). Additional focus should be given to innovations aimed at (1) increasing the utilization of vehicles and infrastructures, (2) supporting fleet owners and logistics users to cope with the gap between what is technologically possible and economically feasible and (3) enabling transportation modes are smartly used and combined with a focus of end users requirements.
The position paper addresses five main pillars.
These pillars are in line with ALICE Roadmap Towards Zero Emissions Logistics 2050 and the POLIS and ALICE launch their joint guide for advancing together towards zero-emission urban logistics by 2030.
ALICE develops programmes and activities supporting roadmaps implementation through ALICE Thematic Groups and this position paper has been developed under the leadership of the Efficient and Low Emissions Assets and Energy Theme.
For more information, visit the ALICE page on What does FIT for 55 mean for the freight and Logistics Sector? or kindly contact Fernando Liesa, Secretary General, ALICE.