On August 24th, 2021, the Kick-off Workshop to the pilot project “Research on Setting of Temporary Loading and Unloading Parking Zones for New Energy Freight Vehicles in Chancheng District of Foshan” was jointly held by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and the Nanjing Institute of City & Transport Planning (NICTP).
Final Workshop – Study on the Promotion and Adoption of New Energy Vehicles (NEVs) in the Field of Urban Logistics Distribution
On September 13, 2021, following the kick-off and interim workshops, the final workshop on the study “Research on the Promotion and Adoption of New Energy Vehicles (NEVs) in the Field of Urban Logistics Distribution” took place.
As part of the study, research was conducted on best practices in green logistics in the international ports of Rotterdam (Netherlands), Los Angeles (USA), Singapore (Singapore), Hamburg (Germany) and Risavika (Norway). Simultaneously to this analysis, a survey was conducted in the Chinese ports of Ningbo-Zhoushan, Tangshan and Tianjin. The aim of the comparison was to identify potential for improvement and optimisation in Chinese ports.
Analysis and assessment of energy efficiency in automated container terminals – Example of Tianjin Port
Automation of container terminals and port processes promises a sustainable way to save energy, which is essential for a sustainable development of logistics. The aim of this study was to evaluate this ecological optimization potentials of the port of Tianjin by modernizing the terminal equipment and automating terminal processes. Investigation site is the “Five Continents […]
On April 23, 2021, the kick-off workshop to the project “Establish and Implement an Evaluation System for MFTH Management in China” was jointly organized by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and Transport Planning and Research Institute (TPRI) of the MoT.
Interim Workshop – Study on the Promotion and Adoption of New Energy Vehicles (NEVs) in the Field of Urban Logistics Distribution
On April 15, 2021, following on the kick-off workshop in August 2020, the interim workshop on the study “Research on the Promotion and Adoption of New Energy Vehicles (NEVs) in the Field of Urban Logistics Distribution” took place. The workshop was jointly organized by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and the Transport Planning and […]
Kick-off Workshop – Theory and Policy Research on Developing Smart Logistics for Sustainable Transport
Various Chinese governmental authorities have attached great importance to the development and promotion of Smart Logistics. In recent years, numerous policies have demonstrated the belief that the development of Smart Logistics offers potentials for logistics cost reduction, sustainable and low carbon transport, and high-quality economic development. To systematically tap those potentials is of special importance […]
China issues the blueprint for its electric vehicle and intelligent connected vehicle industry development for the next 15 years!
On 02 November 2020, the New Energy Vehicle Industry Development Plan (2021-2035) was published by the State Council Office of the People’s Republic of China. The New Energy Vehicle Industry Development Plan (2021-2035) is a strategic top-level policy guiding the development of a comprehensive and fully integrated New Energy Vehicle (NEV) and Intelligent Connected Vehicle (ICV) eco-system in China […]
Kick-off Workshop – Study on the Promotion and Application of New Energy Vehicles (NEVs) in the Field of Urban Logistics Distribution
In recent years, freight volume in China has been increasing on average by almost 15 percent annually. The total freight volume in 2019 was 47 billion tons and increased nearly 9 fold compared to 5.3 billion tons in 1990. In particular, growing e-commerce activities and food and parcel deliveries have entailed a massive increase of delivery trips and hence transport volumes. The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has even further accelerated this development.
reight transport in China accounts for about 700Mt of CO2 emissions. This is about 67 percent of the country’s total transport-related CO2 emissions, with road freight transport accounting for the highest share. In comparison, Germany’s total CO2 emissions in 2019 were about 811Mt.
In its bid to make freight transport more efficient and climate-friendly, the promotion of Intermodal Transport has high priority for the Chinese Ministry of Transport (MoT).