The three-year-long eFTI4EU project, funded under the Connecting Europe Facility Program of the Europan Union, paves the way for implementing the Electronic Freight Transport Information regulation (eFTI – EU Regulation 2020/1056). The project aims to implement a reference architecture for digitally exchanging logistics and transport data, piloted through a series of use cases (both at the national and cross-border level) in all nine Member States. Estonia coordinates eFTI4EU with cooperation partnerships of Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, and Portugal.
In addition, there are observer partnerships from Spain, the Netherlands, Ireland, and Inland Navigation Europe. "EFTI4EU is setting out to be a pioneering project in implementing the eFTI regulation. Digital Logistics Center of Excellence is one of leading partners in this project and together we are devoted to helping the European transportation industry embrace digitalisation.
Despite the general economic crisis, the logistics sector is facing interesting times and big changes. Europe is rapidly moving towards cross-border digitization and an explosion of digital freight data is expected in 2024. In 2026, all EU countries must create the readiness to carry out supervision in transport based on digital waybills, but how do companies feel about it? Come and hear what experts from Digilogistics Center of Excellence (Digilogistika Keskus) and Tietoevry Create Baltic think about it.