Organizacja GS1 Polska
Sie Badawcza UKASIEWICZ
Instytut Logistyki i Magazynowania, Instytut Badawczy
Instytut Logistyki i Magazynowania

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Speakers

 

Vincent NEUMAYER 

1 year experience in planning of social infrastructure in Oman, within the elaboration of the Oman National Spatial Strategy. Professional focus on flood preventive planning and spatial risk management. Active for TINA in several traffic management related projects since 2013. Focus on Intermodal Transport Planning and Inland Waterway transport.

   

Marcin FOLTYŃSKI

Project manager and senior consultant at the Institute of Logistics and Warehousing – Logistics Expertise Department. He works as a trainer in The Higher School of Logistics. Received master degree at the Academy of Economics in Poznan, specialization: transport and logistics. Post graduated studies: Financial and Strategic Analysis and Pedagogy at the Academy of Economics in Poznan. Currently PhD student at the Faculty of International Business and Economics at the University of Economics in Poznań. Member of the Polish Logistics Association (PTL). His fields of experience are city logistics, business process reengineering, logistic audits, analysing of functionality of transport systems designing of technological and organisational solutions for transportation companies and logistics centres. At ILiM he is involved in research project, EU project and commercial projects as well. Author of many publications, analysis and expert opinion.

   

Rainer MÜLLER

Project manager at TINA; experience of assignments in the Balkan countries, CIS countries, CEEC and Turkey. Worked as agent auxiliare in the European Commission DG XVI.E (Cohesion Fund); experience in the preparation and elaboration of environmental impact assessments, evaluation and analyses of transport infrastructure data and project development and project management. Specialist in all matters related to TINA and ISPA Process, Transport Infrastructure within the TINA network, Pan-European Corridors and Areas, European transport policies and strategies

Selected references:

  • empiric - Enhancing Multimodal Platforms, Inland waterways and Railways services Integration in Central Europe, CENTRAL Europe Programme (ongoing); project manager within TINA
  • Implementation Report TEN-T Guidelines for 2004/2005, European Commission DG TREN (2006/2007); Project coordinator
  • TINA Turkey - Technical Assistance to Transportation Infrastructure Needs Assessment for Turkey, State Planning Organization and Ministry of Transport of the Republic of Turkey (2005 – 2007); Project coordinator
  • Assistance to the Chairman of the Pan-European Transport Corridor IV
   

Alberto PRETI

Head of Bologna Branch, President European Network of Logistics Competence Centers
Institute for Transport and Logistics - ITL

Degree in Economics at "Luigi Bocconi" University in Milan. He is in charge of the Bologna Branch of the Institute for Transport and Logistics (ITL) where he manages complex projects at regional, national and EU level concerning logistics, freight transport, co-modality, sustainable mobility, TEN-T networks, ICT applications in logistics, supply chain management and city logistics. He is President of the European Network of Logistics Competence Centres (Open ENLoCC) since July 2009. He worked on behalf of Emilia-Romagna Region (Italy), as technical and financial manager of projects and initiatives of the General Direction for Infrastructural Network, Logistics and Mobility Systems. In the period 2001-2002 he worked at Sviluppo Marche S.p.A., the regional development agency of Marche Region (Italy). He worked in the logistics department of industrial groups: Bontempi (furnishing industry) in Ancona (Italy) and Uniliver (food industry) in Milan. He is teacher at training courses in mobility and logistics.

   

Guido PICCOLI

director of ALOT, Agency of East Lombardy for Transport and Logistics

Guido Piccoli is ALOT's Director, the Agency of East Lombardy for Transport and Logistic, since January 2009 and carries out freelance activities in logistics consulting to private companies and public bodies; he was a tutor at technical courses and at master's degree; from 1999 to 2003 he worked as Executive of port logistics, transport activities and sales manager at Pacorini S.p.A. in Trieste Port; previous experiences in shipping agencies in Bremen, Germany. Piccoli has developed through years strategies for analysis, planning, developing and management of services and infrastructure of logistics and transport, as well as considerable experience in developing and managing projects funded by Community Programs (formerly Interreg, Marco Polo, DG Tren, Intelligent Energy for Europe, Framework Programme, ESF Training).
Main collaborations:

  • Province of Brescia - Province of Mantua - Province of Cremona - Province of Bergamo
  • Alpe Adria Sr.l. Multimodal Rail Operator - Trieste
  • Pegasus Maritime Sr.l. Trieste (Group TO DELTA)
  • Uniontrasporti Unioncamere Rome - Chamber of Commerce of Trieste ARIES - PROMOS Milan Chamber of Commerce
  • CESTEC Lombardy Region
   

     

 

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