Physical Internet: Logistics Reimagined?

The Physical Internet is a “superhighway” for the movement and storage of physical objects. It was originally proposed in 2011 by Benoit Montreuil, currently the Coca-Cola Material Handling& Distribution Chair and Professor, Georgia Tech in the U.S. Since then the idea has gained many proponents, and the Fourth Physical Internet Conference will take place at Graz, Austria in July 2017. Hundreds of people from across the globe representing many industries are expected to attend the event.



Connecting stakeholders to discuss and advocate for user-centric approaches and cross-modal cooperation in transport of passsengers and freight.

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