A more efficient, more reliable and thus safer logistics Dutch infrastructure can reduce the CO2 footprint by 15%.

TNO wants to help make this happen by management and service from the virtual logistics chain and so enable the Netherlands to an internationally leading position in terms of orchestrating the flow of goods in 2020.


HIGH-TOOL project is nominated for the German Mobility Award 2017

08 June 2017
Out of 170 applications, the European HIGH-TOOL project has been selected as one of the ten projects to be awarded the German Mobility Award 2017(Deutscher Mobilitätspreis 2017). TNO and the rest of the... Read more

TNO study: impact of 3D printing on logistics processes

26 September 2014
Additive manufacturing, better known as 3D printing, is being regarded as the third industrial revolution. It is a technology that enables products to be manufactured whole, layer by layer, from different... Read more

TNO helps the transport sector to save a lot of money

25 September 2014
Stake holders in the transport sector can make enormous savings if the travel time for each journey can be adequately predicted; resulting in less waiting time at the terminal or distribution centre and... Read more

Mobility & Logistics

Paul van den Avoort MSc


Paul van den Avoort MSc

  • Automotive
  • Mobility
  • Logistics

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