European Union policy in logistics in light of the White Papers up to the year 2020

Bogusław Kowalski


The content of the White Papers indicates that large targets arising from the concept of balanced development are set for the EU’s transport policy. It demands a broader view and influence on expanding the range of related activities which create a logistic support system for socio-economic life. The scope of problems associated with this process exceeds the current range of transport policy. Therefore, terms “mobility” and “policy of mobility” are more often used in EU documents as equivalent to “transport” and “policy of transport”, but better reflecting the character of the problems.


mobility, logistics, transport


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Print ISSN: 1643-8175, Online ISSN: 2451-0955, DOI prefix: 10.19197, Principal Contact: