A common working table, a long-term collaboration, to develop proposals and strategies for the digital transformation of logistics. This is the commitment made at the end of June in Rome by the Freight Leaders Council (FLC) and TTS Italia.
An operational table that completes a Memorandum of Understanding, signed by the two associations on 22 April last.
For TTS Italia, Rossella Panero (President), Olga Landolfi (Secretary General), and Leonardo Domanico (Project Manager) will take part in the table; for the Freight Leaders Council, there will be Massimo Marciani (President), Clara Ricozzi (Vice President) and Elisabetta La Scala (Secretary).
The goal is to make oneself available to the country system to develop innovative projects for logistics, especially for its digitization, to permanently and definitively change a fundamental sector for the development and recovery of Italian competitiveness.
In particular, the FLC, thanks to the support of its partners and its network, will develop innovative projects for the entire supply chain, from the collection of goods to final delivery, for all means of transport.
For its part, TTS Italia, through the network of members and partners, will bring all those technologies and digital solutions to the attention of the sector, a real moment of innovation in logistics.
A joint action aimed not only at spreading the culture of innovation and sharing good practices in the sector, but also at presenting operational solutions to the Public Administration for the simplification of procedures and control and monitoring processes.
For Rossella Panero, President of TTS Italia “The joint working table with FLC is extremely important for us. We need to combine forces, projects and ideas to create a system and be truly capable of giving support to the institutions in the first place, but not only, for digital and new logistics, not only innovative “.
For Massimo Marciani, President of the FLC: “Innovation and digitalization are the two pillars of the new normal of logistics and a joint work between our two associations will be the engine of this epochal change in logistics, the industrial industry”.