From Agroindustries to Integrated Biomass Logistics Centres. AGROinLOG Project: Summary of Final Results
Gómez,M.Zapata,S.Izquierdo,M.Jarauta-Córdoba,C.Annevelink,B.Snels,J.Urciuoli,L.Kougioumtzis,M.A.Karampinis,M.Grammelis,P.Gunnarsson,C.Lund,J.Pari,L.Suardi,A.Serrat,C.Boukis,I.Karlsson Boll,D.Gustafsson,T.Fernández,P.Rivera,S.Stavropoulou,C.Sanchez Falcon,B.Kravchenko,A.Stojiljkovic,D.Bartolomé,C.
摘要：AGROinLOG project has tested the integrated biomass logistics centres（IBLC） concept in three real agro-industries in Europe. The relevance of the IBLC strategy relies on the fact that it allows agro-industries to create a new activity with lower investment, increasing incomes, stabilizing their annual activity（avoiding idle periods） and maintaining or creating new jobs. The demos’ studies were performed in Spain at a fodder industry, in Greece at an olive oil industry, and in Sweden inside a cereal processing industry. AGROinLOG validated these demos′ business models from a holistic perspective, also studying the replicability of the IBLC business model in other agro-industries from different sectors（vegetable oil extraction, olive oil chain, feed & fodder, wine, grain chain and sugar industry）. Sectorial analysis was carried out as well, allowing the identification of opportunities among the targeted sector to replicate the IBLC concept, drawing barriers to overcome in each case. Thus, technical, economic and environmental feasibility of integrated biomass logistics centers（IBLCs） for food and non-food products have been assessed in detail.
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