Supply Chain Valley is a collaboration of companies, knowledge institutions, and public authorities in the North Limburg region and Euroregion, which work closely on projects in the areas of sustainability, the labour market, energy transition, digitalisation, innovation, infrastructure and mobility. The overall guiding strategy is always the same: we can tackle certain themes more effectively together than alone!
Supply Chain Valley (SCV) is a collaboration between businesses, knowledge institutions, public authorities and the environment: the ‘Quattro Helix’. This is a Euroregional initiative aimed at companies involved in the manufacturing industry and agro-food and logistics sectors located in the North Limburg region and Kreis Viersen district. Supply Chain Valley, which is organised, funded and managed by the business community, is located in the heart of Venlo, strengthening the region as a supply chain and logistics hub for Northern Europe. The supply chain connects the logistics and agro-food sectors and manufacturing industry within the region. All relevant organisations working in supply chain management, logistics and mobility collaborate as part of Supply Chain Valley, leaving plenty of room for their own activities. Collaboration makes us stronger in terms of thinking and implementation capacity.Read more about SCV
These are the cornerstones, or the building blocks, on which Supply Chain Valley is founded. Social issues that we currently face are addressed by these 11 building blocks. Through the Supply Chain Valley collaboration, these major social themes can be tackled based on a joint vision and approach. Read more about the Supply Chain Valley Building Blocks.
Focuses on bringing about improvements in the Food Supply Chain through crossovers with logistics and the manufacturing industry.
Concludes working arrangements with local, regional, national and European governments based on relevant themes.
Represents the educational institutions and seeks to foster effective cooperation between education and the business community.
Focuses on mobilising and motivating companies to innovate in infrastructure and contribute to the modal shift.
Contributes to increasing the innovative strengths of businesses that form part of Supply Chain Valley.
Concentrates on developing international collaboration with trading partner Germany.
Bridges the gap between businesses in the region, public authorities and knowledge institutions.
Operates the physical location where all Supply Chain Valley activities and events take place.
Is responsible for branding and building the ‘Supply Chain Valley’ brand.
Sharing means multiplying! Both in terms of knowledge and innovation, as well as collaboration. The Supply Chain Valley collaboration is happy to tackle relevant, broader themes together, such as the labour market & human capital, sustainability & the energy transition, digitalisation and region branding. Strong partners who want to help find solutions for these themes, thereby strengthening Supply Chain Valley’s position, are more than welcome to join us.
Supply Chain Valley addresses relevant themes based on a collaborative perspective. Not only in terms of economic development, but also in the areas of sustainability and corporate social responsibility.Read more