Expertise and studies


The experts of the TK’Blue agency support you to enhance your innovative logistics plans


TK’Blue’s “Expertise and Studies” offer makes it possible to meet the needs of public, private and local authorities for assessing the environmental impact and societal benefits of existing logistics projects or organisations.

The objective is to compare the impacts of different possible scenarios according to our precisely measured criteria and highlight the best solution.


  The main topics covered by TK’Blue’s study offers are as follows:


Study of the Societal Benefit of a Modal Shift

 

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Societal benefit linked to the partial renewal of a fleet of transport vehicles

 

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Societal impact and Pollutants of Urban Logistics Measures on Last Mile Delivery

 

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Quantification of negative externalities of logistics areas

 

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Realization, simulation and analysis GHG emissions report and external costs of a freight transport activity

 

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Participation in research activities on the societal impact of new organisations through public funding

 

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Impact measures include externalities related to climate, pollution, noise, congestion, and upstream effects. They make it possible to draw up reliable reports or to compare various situations.

TK’Blue entrusts the execution of studies and expertise to its design office and may occasionally call upon external consultants if necessary.


TK’Blue’s experts rely on the methodology validated by its European Scientific Council, which is constantly challenged by international technological and regulatory monitoring of developments in road, rail, air, sea and inland waterway transport, as well as international studies on GHG emissions and other negative transport externalities.


A recognized expertise:


The TK’Blue methodology and research themes are periodically validated by a scientific council. TK’Blue also cooperates on an ongoing basis with various research organisations in emerging technological fields (physical internet, innovative vehicles, logistics experiments, flow modelling, etc.) and participates in international work in this field (Global Logistic Emission Council, etc.).