TECHLOG launches 2 e-surveys to map the advanced tools and transport simulation technologies available on the Lebanese market


The Chamber of Beirut and Mount Lebanon - CCIA-BML, a key partner in the EU-funded TECHLOG project, has launched two e-surveys primarily directed at the project's key stakeholders, which include the Beirut port terminal, Lebanese transport companies, logistics enterprises, cabin crane industries, port operators, and field workers. The goal is to map the advanced tools and transport simulation technologies available on the Lebanese market, specifically for heavy vehicles, trucks, and cabin cranes.

This market analysis will be complemented by mapping the port operators and enterprises that will benefit from the transfer of innovative simulation and tools for heavy vehicles, with a specific emphasis on safety and environmental effect. The provided data will be combined with the findings of analog surveys conducted by the partners in the included Mediterranean nations. Consequently, TECHLOG will establish open laboratories and pilot projects in the following stage to encourage the technology transfer of advanced simulation programs in order to enable the expansion of the EU-Med trans(port) industry.

Now that you know, would you like to take part in the surveys for the Lebanese market?

Survey 1: The objective is to identify and analyze the state of art and practice in the field of advanced simulation and trainings for transport and port workers, namely within the Lebanese leading operators and institutions active in the field.

Survey 2:  The objective is to identify the Lebanese transport and port operators and enterprises who can benefit from the transfer of the identified practices and advanced simulation technologies and trainings. 

Let us know what you think and become part of the revolutionization of the trans(port) industry in the North and South Mediterranean!

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TECHLOG ”technological Transfer for Logistics Innovation in Mediterranean area”(2021-2024)- is co-financed by European Neighbourhood Instrument (ENI) of the European Union and led by the University of Cagliari in partnership with lead institutions from Italy, Spain, Egypt, Lebanon and Tunisia. The project aims to strengthen research-industry links in the (trans)port sector by establishing a permanent cross-border EU-Med space where research organizations and (trans)port industries co-create, test and share new Technology Transfer Initiatives based on advanced simulation technologies.