Project conclusions

WP3 RESULTS

Logistic validation

A second industrial series of Zbox containers has been manufactured and validated in commercial routes.

These routes included transportation of unfolded Zbox units loaded with goods, and folded empty Zbox units bundled like in the picture.

Zbox units have travelled by road around Europe and by sea covering routes in both the Mediterranean, the African and the Atlantic seas.

Goods have reached destination in perfect conditions, including liquids carried inside flexitanks. Trainings for folding/unfolding operations have been performed in more than several port terminals and depots.

WP4 RESULTS

Technology transfer

Zbox Blue Logistics project aimed at validating Zbox folding mechanism in 20ft containers, and then extend the technology to other container models.

Discover what other designs have been tackled by Navlandis engineers, and which models will soon be available.  

WP1 RESULTS

Management

Navlandis’ team has had to deal with some difficulties during the execution of the project.

However, good practices in management, some anticipation to problems and a big dose of resilience have allowed them to reach almost all the project objectives.

MANAGEMENT
100
OBJECTIVES
97
EXECUTION
93
WP5 RESULTS

Dissemination

No efforts have been saved by Navlandis’ team to disseminate actions, objectives and results of Zbox Blue Logistics project.

Around 30 online and face-to-face events have been attended, lots of social media posts have been published, and some press releases too.


“Zbox Blue Logistics project has allowed us to pilot and validate our foldable container technology and innovative business model. Now we are ready to spread it all over the world.”

Miguel Naval├│n, CEO

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