Photo: BiLOG 2019
The Genoa-based port and intermodal digitalisation consultancy specialist has grown with a new team tasked with the organisation of transport-related events both in Italy and worldwide.
This year's edition of BiLOG, taking place between 16 and 17 October in La Spezia, will be the first organised with the help of Circle, in collaboration with Blue Hub, an agency set up by the Riviere di Liguria Chamber of Commerce.
BiLOG 2019 will go under The sustainable, resilient and connected road to 2030 theme, putting the spotlight on issues like the revision of the TEN-T, what new will Horizon Europe and Connecting Europe Facility 2 bring about, market challenges in the context of container traffic development, alternative fuels and bio-products, how to tap into the so-called blue growth, last mile logistics in rail transportation, how will the port of future look like, and bringing digital innovation to logistics."Circle is expanding its international competences and partnerships, especially about IoT, Big Data Management, Robotics and Digital Twin, and for these reasons the overall organization of the event will pay particular attention to the digitalization of the maritime and port world, to the new challenges and solutions in the IT world," the company said in a press release.