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The DigiLog2 event took place on November 22nd in Helsinki, Finland. The focus of the event was to discuss the evolving landscape of smart logistics, with a particular emphasis on eFTI regulations. Notably, innovative actions from the eFTI4EU Project were also presented and discussed during the event.

The gathering brought together a diverse group of professionals, including logistics contractors, service providers, government officials, and EU Commission representatives. The primary goal was to serve as a forum for Finnish and Baltic Sea cooperation, expanding its reach to the EU and even globally.

Eva Killar, the eFTI4EU Project Coordinator from the Ministry of Climate of Estonia, presented the project during the session Authority Insights: officials from EU Commission and different ministries and agencies shared their views on digital logistics, data and eFTI.