Living Lab Logistics & water - Indonesia

Governments in both countries have the ambition to develop and implement policies faster to keep pace with developments.

Goals

Based upon the ambitions in both countries we have defined three main focuses for the activities.

  • First of all, supply chains of basic/strategic commodities (focus on food / agriculture), with explicit attention for remote areas.
  • Secondly: professionalisation of the logistics sector.
  • And thirdly: labour market issues (qualitative and quantitative, supply and demand). 

Cooperation

Nuffic – Neso Indonesia, Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs, Dinalog, Indonesia Port Corporation (IPC), Samudera Indonesia, Witteveen + Bos Indonesia, Port of Rotterdam, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Center for Logistics & Supply Chain Studies, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh November, Faculty of Marine Technology, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Pustral – Center for Transportation & Logistics Studies, Trisakti International Business School, HAN University of Applied Sciences, NHTV University of Applied Sciences, Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, PT Ollop, Pelindo III (Port), Pelindo IV (Port), Agronic Euro-East Bridge, Ministry of Transportation Indonesia, PTC+, Garuda Indonesia Cargo.
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