The collaboration of partners from commerce and academia is essential to achieving outstanding results in logistics and supply chain management research. This is why 4flow research takes part in national and international research projects. Project results benefit all research partners and yield significant methodological and technical advances.
Horizon 2020 – The EU program for research and innovation
As part of the EU research program Horizon 2020, 4flow is seeking research partners from the European Union. The focus is on research institutions and companies who have an interest in collaborative research projects in which logistics, supply chain management, cloud computing, or advanced planning systems for the industrial and retail sectors play a role.
The range of potential research fields for new projects is broad. 4flow has proven success in the following supply chain topics:
- Vehicle manufacturing and logistics
- Food industry and food retail
- Risk management and critical infrastructures
- Location and route planning under constraints
- Green logistics and reverse logistics
- Spare parts management and the aftermarket
- Big Data analytics
You have ideas or a general interest in working with 4flow research? Please contact us with your inquiries.
We look forward to hearing from you.