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Record number 535933
Title Conceptual description of an integrated biomass logistics centre (IBLC)
Author(s) Annevelink, Bert; Gogh, Bart Van; Nogués, Fernando Sebastián; Espatolero, Sergio; La Cruz, Teresa De; Luzzini, Davide; Karampinis, Manolis; Kougioumtzis, Michalis; Olsson, Johanna
Source European Biomass Conference and Exhibition Proceedings 2017 (2017)25thEUBCE. - ISSN 2282-5819 - p. 200 - 203.
DOI https://doi.org/10.5071/25thEUBCE2017-1DV.1.50
Department(s) FBR BP Biorefinery & Sustainable Value Chains
FBR Supply Chain & Information Management
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2017
Keyword(s) Biobased economy - Integration - Logistics - Supply chain
Abstract The main goal of the AGROinLOG project is the demonstration of Integrated Biomass Logistic Centres (IBLCs) for food and non-food products, evaluating their technical, environmental and economic feasibility. Applying IBLCs in existing agro-industries can have a positive impact on the final product price, giving a clear competitive strength to these agro-industries in comparison with a new biomass supply business that is built from scratch. The main challenges are being able to integrate logistics, harvesting and equipment in food and non-food applications, and ensuring the marketability of the final bio-commodities. The first task of the AGROinLOG project was to provide a conceptual description of the features and characteristics of an IBLC. With this IBLC description the researchers intend to provide a theoretical framework that builds further on results from previous projects (such as SUCELLOGucellog), describing the current thoughts on Agro-Industry Logistics Centres (ALCs).
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