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On monday April 22nd, eFTI4EU was on stage in Italy. In Rome, at the Unioncamere headquarters, indeed took place the event “State of the art of the eFTI Regulation and experimentation on the Italian logistics system” organized in collaboration with Unioncamere – the Italian Union of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Crafts, and Agriculture.

The event has been an opportunity to update on the regulatory developments of the eFTI Regulation and the e-CMR Protocol also highlighting the strategic importance of the national Pilot Plan envisaged within eFTI4EU, emphasizing the competitive advantage it can offer to operators in terms of:

  • Efficiency: entities can continue to work on their information systems;
  • Interoperability: with all the information systems of the involved actors;
  • Control security: intelligent exchange and visibility of data exclusively when requested and to those entitled.

The day continued with an interesting debate on the implementation of the new National Logistics Platform, which will allow Italy to anticipate some EU countries, demonstrating how it is possible to achieve a digital asset capable of offering concrete opportunities to the business world over time is indeed possible. Furthermore, a private session was organised, chaired by the MIT, in which the competent national authorities took part in order to establish roles and responsibilities in the application of the eFTI Regulation, as well as for the implementation of the national pilot.