The Amsterdam Metropolitan Area traditionally plays a pivotal role in the global economy. Maintaining that position calls for constant innovation. Up to now, the four hubs (sea and airport, green and data port) and various public agencies have worked together when opportunities have presented themselves. But they also do a lot independently of each other. According to the Amsterdam Logistic Board during last week’s WeMakethe. City, a smarter approach can and should be taken to this because the region and the sector are facing mounting logistical challenges.
Maaike van der Windt, head of Aviation Marketing, Cargo & Customer Experience at Royal Schiphol Group, said that all of the AMA’s activities need to be smarter, cleaner and faster.