Keeping society – literally – moving is Colruyt’s collective responsibility. Future urban mobility challenges can only be tackled if we join forces. That is why Colruyt Group took the lead in EIT Urban Mobility project ZEUS, a pan-European research project, aimed at quiet and zero-emission deliveries of goods to city stores. The outcomes of the ZEUS project are not only quick wins for high volume retail supplies, but it also formulates guidelines for European cities and how to implement them with relevant stakeholders.
This is how Colruyt is contributing to innovative mobility solutions making cities more liveable now and in the future. Partners involved in the ZEUS Project are: City of Barcelona, Barcelona Metropolitan Area, City of Münich, City of Stokholm, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, University of Tartu, MOL Hungarian Oil & Gas, Traton SE, VUB-Mobi, Colruyt group and Fraunhofer.
Register now for the ZEUS webinar on 8 December and get an exclusive view on preliminary results and meet up with all experts involved.