November 21 and 22, 2017, Roland Berger hosted the Urban Logistics Convention in Amsterdam, together with the German Federal Logistics Association (BVL) and supported by the Dutch and French logistics associations VLM and ASLOG. More than 100 top-level experts representing almost all stakeholders in the industry (corporations, start-ups, research, and policy makers) convened in Amsterdam to share insights, plans and ideas. Participating corporations and institutions included UPS, DPD, Bpost, Deutsche Post DHL, Zalando, La Poste, FM Logistics and Foodora as well as representatives of the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, the University of Rome and the World Economic Forum. CHAINSTEP was one of the presenting companies and presented the potential of blockchain technology in urban logistics. Please find the agenda to the event here, and a report here.