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Alliance of associations demands strengthening of combined transport
5 June 2020
Leading transport associations have submitted their proposals for the forthcoming evaluation of the Federal Ministry of Transport's (BMVI) funding directive for combined transport.
Use the visualisation tool to explore the cargo flows in the Baltic Sea Region
25 May 2020
”Cargo Flows in BSR” title on top of the COMBINE website takes you to the interactive visualisation of transported goods. The dashboard presents Eurostat data on goods flows in the Baltic Sea Region.
LG Cargo, PKP Cargo and CargoBeamer team up to pilot an intermodal train with semi-trailers
18 May 2020
The first semi-trailer transport by freight train in the Baltic States took place last week, when on the 14th of May, the train with 22 semi-trailers arrived in the Šeštokai railway station in Lithuania from the Central Europe. The two-day-pilot transportation of semi-trailers was initiated and supervised by the Lithuanian Railways freight company LG Cargo together with its partners, the intermodal transport operator CargoBeamer AG and PKP CARGO S.A, one of the largest railway freight companies in Poland.
Combined Transport is a vital instrument to deliver the European Green Deal
8 May 2020
International Union for Road-Rail Combined Transport (UIRR) published a new video to highlight that Combined Transport is a vital instrument to deliver the European Green Deal.
New video shows different types of cargos in Combined Transport
7 April 2020
International Union for Road-Rail Combined Transport (UIRR), the COMBINE partner organization from Belgium, has today published a new video in order to present different types of cargos in Combined Transport.
SGKV published recommendations to authorities and guideline to terminals
27 March 2020
Intermodal freight transport is particularly important in crisis situations such as the current Corona pandemic and is particularly effective in supplying people and companies with goods. As a result of the crisis meeting “CT terminals of the SGKV” which was held on the 17th of March, COMBINE partner organisation German Promotion Centre for Intermodal Transport (SGKV) published recommendations to politics and authorities and a guideline for terminal operators on how to deal with the current Corona crisis.
Have a look at the new video on Combined Transport
24 March 2020
In context of the current Corona pandemic, COMBINE partner organization UIRR has published a new video on Combined Transport in partnership with COMBINE project.
COMBINE partners visited the Vuosaari Harbour in Helsinki
5 February 2020
The third all-partner meeting for COMBINE project took place last week in Helsinki. In addition to the actual partner meeting, a site visit was organized to Vuosaari Harbour, which serves container and RoRo traffic and has frequent liner traffic to main ports in Europe.
COMBINE visited the Bettembourg-Dudelange intermodal terminal at the heart of Europe
6 December 2019
COMBINE organized a study trip to Bettembourg-Dudelange intermodal terminal to learn more about the horizontal handling technologies.
Terminal Tag gathered combined transport players to discuss future opportunities
8 November 2019
COMBINE partner SGKV welcomed more than 110 top-class participants active in the field of Combined Transport (CT) from practice, politics and research in Berlin to the fifth annual “Terminal Tag” titled “CT.System.Thinking”. The event was initially launched in 2015 to establish a platform for exchange between different players in combined transport, offering opportunities to expand networks for future-oriented cooperation.
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4th all partner meeting in Vilnius
EU Intermodal Summit in Brussels
11th EUSBSR Annual Forum in Turku
EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region
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