Global, continental and national logistics networks meet at the main seaports, airports and transportation hubs, where goods can be transshipped in all relevant directions. These hubs consist of the major seaports, airports and logistics hot spots. In most cases the larger European distribution centers are located within the near proximity of these hubs.
The main hubs and logistics regions are connected with each other through inland corridors. The road networks, rail infrastructure and inland waterways throughout Europe must be developed in a continuous way in order to keep transport and logistics costs competitive. The three main challenges to improve the competitive position of seaports and airports and hinterland connection are:
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Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment
Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate, and Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, The Netherlands