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European Cycle Logistics Federation Conference 2014

Author: Tito Stefanelli
Posted on: Sunday, April 6, 2014 - 11:07

The second, FREE to attend, conference of the European Cycle Logistics Federation will be held on Saturday 12 April 2014 in Nijmegen, the Netherlands and forms part of the International Cargo Bike Festival 2014 which is running at the same time over the 12 & 13 Apri 2014. The conference will build on the success of the first event held in Cambridge, UK in 2012 and includes a comprehenisve agenda of industry experts along with opportunities for participants to hear and learn from established cycle logistics operators.

The International Cargo Bike Festival celebrates its third edition on 12 and 13 April 2014 at Cultuurspinnerij de Vasim in Nijmegen, the Netherlands.

The Cargo Bike Festival is the biggest platform for cargobikes and cyclelogistics in the world.

  • Saturday 12 April the European Cycle Logistics Federation Conference is being held with national and international key note speakers.
  • Sunday 13 April welcomes the exhibition where visitors, users, designers, manufacturers, DIY-builders and retailers of cargo bikes meet and enter in new relationships.

The European Cyclelogistics Federation participates in the organisation of the event, as does the municipality of Nijmegen and Arnhem Nijmegen City Region.

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