InterEast in future project with Vinnova

News / 12 April, 2016

The project Transport Transparency is one of eight projects financed by innovation agency Vinnova in which InterEast is participating as an industry expert. The aim is to create more transparency in transportation processes and strengthen the environment and safety on Swedish roads. Besides InterEast, participants in the project include Volvo Technology, Scania and the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation.

– We always strive to be first in line when it comes to development of and involvement in the future of logistics. Transparency, clarity and steady information to our clients are very important, we hope to contribute amply to Vinnova’s project, comments Oscar Törnqvist, COO of InterEast.

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