Usyncro joins the In-Move by Railgrup cluster, whose objective is to detect and analyze the challenges of the new sustainable mobility in terms of users and identify practical applications to be developed by companies.

IN-MOVE by Railgrup was established in 2002 as a result of an initiative to strengthen the competitiveness of the industry and the railway sector led by the then General Directorate of Industry, with the participation of the Department of Territorial Policy and Public Works of the Generalitat de Catalunya. Aware of the importance of railroad development at all levels, and of the need to professionally address studies for its improvement, its initial objective is to enhance the global competitiveness of its members, promoting, representing and defending their collective interests.

The main competitive advantage of the cluster is TECHNOLOGICAL COOPERATION.

Cooperation along the entire value chain of the sector, incorporating advantages in business and new projects. Creating an environment of activities and organization that favors it. Defining the ideal strategy for the sector and continuously identifying its new needs. Systematizing the geographical, institutional and managerial platforms where to exercise, disseminate and manage the competitive difference of the cluster members.

In permanent contact with the evolution of the sector worldwide. We are members of the main associations and platforms such as UITP, ALAMYS, ERCI, AEI, etc. Belonging to different associations and committees such as Fira BCN-Rail, the main fair of the Rail sector in Spain. Extending the knowledge capacity to the technologies, R&D&I programs and applications of the main Universities, Centers and Technology Platforms.

The incorporation of Usyncro into In-move is part of its firm commitment to initiatives that involve collaboration and technological commitment to achieve maximum efficiency in logistics and transportation. Usyncro is also leading the fight against climate change by promoting multimodality. “Rail freight is fundamental in this coordination between players,” says Cristina Martín Lorenzo, CEO of Usyncro.

Along the same lines, Usyncro is joining the campaign “Goods to Train”.The project, led in Spain by Transfesa Logistics, shows the commitment of all member organizations to the decarbonization of the transport sector, moving towards sustainable mobility and promoting railroads as a key means of combating climate change.

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