Key dates/Milestones

Key dates/Milestones

Please remember the following dates / milestones


December 2015 Call for Abstracts opens
14 February  2016 Deadline for full Abstracts
27 February 2016 Notification of accepted Abstracts & Conference Registration opens
1 March 2016 Call for Papers opens
27 April 2016 Deadline for Early Registration
1 May 2016 Deadline for full Papers
14 May 2016 Notification of accepted Papers
27 May 2016 Deadline for Presentations
Abstract/paper submission

Abstract/paper submission

Those interested in presenting a paper at the conference are invited to submit an abstract in English of 300-400 words and send it via the Online subimission System



About the Conference

About the Conference

Topics of this year's conference include, but are not limited to the use of common infrastructure, economies of integrated information systems, definitions and applications of Internet of Things, safety, economy of scope in vehicle use, fuel efficiency, and other similar topics.

The International Conference on Logistics and Sustainable Transport (ICLST) is a premier event in sustainable logistics and transport in the region. The conference is geared towards professionals, academics from all disciplines, public policy makers, researchers and students who are involved in logistics and supply chain management, traffic management and transportation of people and freight.

Sustainable logistics is interdisciplinary, and as such needs to be researched, developed, integrated, and implemented into the entire supply chain. This entails constant upgrading in education and applicative knowledge. This conference gathers expertise from industry, academia and government to candidly exchange ideas, share latest research developments and experiences.


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