References

Through his many years in the transport and logistics Lars Dagnæs a heavy project experience.
Examples:

Cluster Projects aimed at transport and logistics in Southern Denmark: CBlog (www.cb-log.dk), Foreign Labour Practice Management Development, 24T transport.

Development and implementation of courses aimed at small and medium-sized enterprises in innovation in business models.

Transport Innovation Network. Establishment and secretary of the “Network for Environment and Transport, TINV”

Climate Compass Module for calculating CO2 emissions from external goods transport

“Accessibility and infrastructure development factor for the Region of Southern Denmark and the border region.” Analysis carried out for the Region of Southern Denmark with COWI as project manager

24h transport. Project on the development of solutions for distribution outside the rush hours in urban areas. The project is headed by Business Link South Denmark.

Center for Logistics and Transport, CLT. A nationwide network of universities and research institutions on the logistics and freight transport. Lars Dagnæs was Vice President of CLT.

The Jutland and Funen business statement. Lars Dagnæs was secretary of a special Focus Group on transport and logistics.

Jutland we do – now we go. A vision project on Jutland in 2015 and 2050. The project was initiated by Jørgen Mads Clausen, Danfoss, and Carl Holst, Sønderjyllands. Lars Dagnæs was chairman of one of the initiative’s four working groups: “Jutland – the region with the good relations”.

Powering Europe – Powering Transport. Padborg 2030 (2006) 14 young architects set for a week a vision of Padborg as a transport 2030.

From Vision to Action – business plans that can lift Jutland (2006). Udviklingsråd Jutland cluster project. Lars Dagnæs was chairman of a working group on transport and logistics cluster. It was attended by business leaders, researchers and organizations.

Padborg 1920 – 2030. A report on the movement. An exhibition, a book and a story about Padborg as a transport from 1920 to 2030.