In this article the authors argue that the re-organization of the supply chain could help tackle the crisis of Sicilia inner areas by involving the companies which produce biomethane, and the logistic companies which use vehicles powered by biomethane. In the proposed case study the authors focus their research on the supply chain that involves, with the key role of logistic companies, agri-food companies, biofuel production companies, and large commercial distribution companies, located partly in inner areas and other in urban poles.

The re-organization of the supply chain in inner areas to produce biofuel for the transport system. Insights from a Sicilian case study

Luigi Scrofani
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Massimo Leone
2022-01-01

Abstract

In this article the authors argue that the re-organization of the supply chain could help tackle the crisis of Sicilia inner areas by involving the companies which produce biomethane, and the logistic companies which use vehicles powered by biomethane. In the proposed case study the authors focus their research on the supply chain that involves, with the key role of logistic companies, agri-food companies, biofuel production companies, and large commercial distribution companies, located partly in inner areas and other in urban poles.
chain, biomethane, logistic, Sicily
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