Mobility Innovations in the Netherlands: Hyperloop, Solar Powered Vehicles, Platooning, and Drones

The Hyperloop is coming to Europe. At least, that is what Hyperloop One recently announced. The company released several potential trajectories for Europe. And one of them is in the Netherlands. According to Hyperloop One: The proposal by the home team of Hyperloop Netherlands was in many ways characteristically Dutch: socially conscious, pragmatic and creative in its approach. If built […]

Rotterdam, Seasonal Workers, M&A Activity, and Hyperlooping

Logistics in the News – Week 41 A lot of interesting things in the news again last week, which you may have missed. Please find a roundup of the main news and background items for the past week below. You can read the full articles by clicking the link in the tweets. Rotterdam is on a roll Rotterdam is my […]

Logistics in the News – Week 9

A good friend of mine came by the house yesterday evening. We usually play squash once a week, but his back is injured and I need to take it easy with my knee (try taking it easy when playing squash). We opted for some beers in stead and had great fun with my Sonos. Had been too long since I […]

Logistics in the News – Week 8

This Saturday it’s Valentine’s Day again. The best day in the year if you are a florist, I guess. As my wife tends to read the things I write here (I do appreciate your comments and compliments. Opst!) I’m not going into if I got / will get her something for Valentine’s Day, and if so, what. Don’t want to ruin […]

Ship Freight at Supersonic Speeds with the Hyperloop

Imagine being able to ship freight across the world at supersonic speeds. It would mean a complete new way of looking at logistics and supply chain. The change would be as huge as the impact on transportation of the domestication of the horse, the invention of the automobile and the railways, or for that matter, the invention of the wheel itself. […]