Polish pilot: Sharing supply chains to enable co-modality


Current business suffer from problems such as: short term planning, excessive use of road transport, lack of cooperation, traffic congestion and delays in delivery. The pilot aims to demonstrate a cooperative business model that will be facilitated through data exchange along the supply chain, by large and small companies alike, using to the Common Framework.


New business and operational models for vertical and horizontal cooperation between shippers, freight forwarders and providers of transport & logistics services with the aim to increase load factors, reducing transport costs through co-modality. Cost and benefit analyses for both logistics service clients and providers.

Expected outcomes:

-          More visibility and more reliable door-to-door lead time

-          Reduced efforts related to transport coordination

-          Reduced transport costs

-          Fewer clerical errors

Download a copy of the ´╗┐report on the Polish demonstrator here