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Creation of a HUB for the automotive freight transport industry that will be consolidated as an operating arm for the sector ministries and will function as a "one-stop-shop" for companies, seeking to establish an ecosystem of work and exchange of data and knowledge with the objective of helping to build more efficient routes for the adoption of digital and green technologies in the sector. The HUB will work specifically on two complementary axes: (i) Business management and future vision - offering courses on opportunities for digital and energy transformation; access to financing, sample and piloting of solutions provided by start-ups; and the possibility of developing specific studies requested by its members. (ii) Digital Transformation - generating data and solutions based on digital technologies provided by established firms, start-ups, MDBs and public sector entities, data storage and governance mechanisms and analytical tools.
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