Conceptual description of an integrated biomass logistics centre (IBLC)

Bert Annevelink, Bart Van Gogh, Fernando Sebastián Nogués, Sergio Espatolero, Teresa De La Cruz, Davide Luzzini, Manolis Karampinis, Michalis Kougioumtzis, Johanna Olsson

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The main goal of the AGROinLOG project is the demonstration of Integrated Biomass Logistic Centres (IBLCs) for food and non-food products, evaluating their technical, environmental and economic feasibility. Applying IBLCs in existing agro-industries can have a positive impact on the final product price, giving a clear competitive strength to these agro-industries in comparison with a new biomass supply business that is built from scratch. The main challenges are being able to integrate logistics, harvesting and equipment in food and non-food applications, and ensuring the marketability of the final bio-commodities. The first task of the AGROinLOG project was to provide a conceptual description of the features and characteristics of an IBLC. With this IBLC description the researchers intend to provide a theoretical framework that builds further on results from previous projects (such as SUCELLOGucellog), describing the current thoughts on Agro-Industry Logistics Centres (ALCs).
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)200-203
JournalEuropean Biomass Conference and Exhibition Proceedings
Issue number25thEUBCE
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jun 2017


  • Biobased economy
  • Integration
  • Logistics
  • Supply chain

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