Invitation for a webinar in an European project to the implications of the utilisation of big data in European transportation
Entrepreneurship is thriving in the Netherlands
Entrepreneurship in the Netherlands is thriving, according to the latest findings from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM).
University Maastricht has a positive influence on city en region
A University in a given region leads to all sorts of extra economic and social effects.
Skills anticipation methods and practices discussed at Cedefop policy learning forum
Cedefop’s policy learning forum on skills anticipation gathered over 60 national stakeholders from countries participating in the agency’s country support programme and other experts in Thessaloniki on 14 and 15 June.
Mapping accessible transport for persons with reduced mobility study recently awarded
The study on “Mapping accessible transport for persons with reduced mobility” launched by the European Commission was awarded to the Consortia TIS (PT), Panteia (NL), ITS Leeds (UK) and Armis (PT).
Panteia delivers keynote speech at IRU Workshop on Driver Shortage
The current and future shortage of drivers is one of main challenges of the transport sector. This shortage is only expected to increase in the future if no actions are taken.
Estonia skills governance review launched
Cedefop launched a skills governance review in Estonia on 29 January. National stakeholders gathered in Tallinn to learn about the project and discuss possible priorities it can address.
Renewal contract European expert network culture and audiovisual (EENCA)
Panteia manages together with iSMIT, part of VU Brussels, the expert network on culture and audiovisual. This is to the satisfaction of the client, DG EAC of the European Commission, as the contract has recently been renewed to run another two years.
Polish and Belarusian ministers present at Silk Road workshop Panteia
On Thursday February 8th, the Polish and Belarusian deputy ministers of Transport will be visiting Panteia. They will present the Polish and Belarusian visions on opportunities offered by the New Silk Road.
Business case highlighting the positive impacts of increasing female employment in transport
Panteia, Ecorys (lead), ISI-Fraunhofer, and PwC are working on a study for the European Commission on the impacts of increasing female employment in transport.
New research on the access to finance of enterprises (SAFE) published
Since 2008, the European Commission and the European Central Bank (ECB) have collaborated on the Survey on the Access to Finance of Enterprises (SAFE). The survey has been implemented by Panteia and its partner GDCC.
NOVELOG: New cooperative business models and guidance for sustainable city logistics
As urbanization continues, the need of an efficient, clean and reliable urban freight system have become more pronounced. The NOVELOG project provides state-of-the-art techniques to select, design, implement the best measures to meet this challenge.
Panteia presents on Annual Polis Conference 2017
Innovative Logistic Control Tower for European rail freight transport showing clear added value
The first operational results of the Logistic Control Tower for long distance rail freight transport show clear improvements of the intermodal supply chain. Thanks to better information customer satisfaction and process efficiency are enhanced.
Panteia advises Dutch ministry of Infrastructure on the New Silk Road
Panteia will carry out a study into the effects on the Netherlands of the Chinese ‘One Belt, One Road’ (OBOR) initiative, assigned by the Dutch ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management.
Panteia advises Zambia and Botswana on the set-up of the Kazungula-bridge
In order to accelerate freight traffic between the Republics of Zambia and Botswana, the governments of both Republics have come to a joint initiative, the Kazungula Bridge. Panteia will advise the governments in the set-up of this initiative.
Increasing knowledge on intermodal transport in Poland
Searail and Panteia organised a three-day training in Wroclaw, Katowice and Cracow. The purpose of the training was to increase the knowledge of intermodal transport and to emphasize the benefits of using the Netherlands as a hub.
Capacity Building Project for Ethiolog, Addis Ababa University
Panteia is part of a team of CINOP, Delft University of Technology and Dinalog.
Training and internship about Intermodal Transport