Gothenburg has, alongside Nice in France and Utrecht in the Netherlands, been granted 18 million Euros (just over 175 million Swedish krona) by the EU, for a five-year project. It focuses on open data and the testing of climate-smart solutions for energy and sustainable transport. Both Gothenburg residents and the rest of the EU shall benefit from the results.
Stockholm logistics company Your Special Delivery Service has opened its first office in the Gothenburg region.
Gothenburg’s accessibility receives a lift with new direct flight routes in 2017. The city’s major airport now offers non-stop flights to around 100 destinations.
Gothenburg is the best location for a distribution centre in Scandinavia, particularly for import companies with large volumes passing through the Port of Gothenburg. This was revealed in a new study published by the consultancy company SWECO.