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Welcome to "Combined Terminal Strategy" policy workshop
26 March 2021
Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI), a partner organisation of COMBINE project, welcomes you to a policy workshop "Combined terminal strategy - A strategy to push forward interregional CT development“ on the 21st of April. The policy workshop will be organized as a virtual conference.
"Responsible Supply Chains 2020" event highlighted the importance of combined transport and multimodal platforms
4 December 2020
The sixth scientific and economic conference "Responsible Supply Chains 2020" was organized on the 4th of December as an online event by the Marshal's Office of the Kujawsko-Pomorskie Voivodeship, the University of Łódź and the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń.
Port of Hamburg Marketing hosted the ScanMed RFC digital customer workshop
19 November 2020
Cooperation and knowledge exchange involving all the stakeholders along the the Scandinavian-Mediterranean Rail Freight Corridor is crucial. This is why Port of Hamburg Marketing as a partner in BSR Access and lead partner in Combine teamed up with the ScanMed RFC for their Digital Customer Workshop this year.
The eighth biennial report on current situation of CT in Europe in 2020 published
19 November 2020
COMBINE partner organization UIRR has published the eighth biennial report providing a comprehensive overview of the current situation of Combined Transport in Europe in 2020 in collaboration with UIC.
From analysis to execution - how to set up the Bydgoszcz Logistic Node
18 November 2020
The main aim of the Kujawsko-Pomorskie region’s participation in the COMBINE project is to analyse the future functioning of the multimodal platform Bydgoszcz – Solec Kujawski. The recently published article on Baltic Transport Journal explains how the ambitious plans proceed from analysis to execution.
European freight transport needs to go on a low-carb diet
27 October 2020
The European Intermodal Summit on 27 October, with more than 300 participants, brought together in an online conference Transport Commissioner Adina-Ioana Valean, German State Secretary and Federal coordinator for freight transport and logistics Steffen Bilger – speaking on behalf of the German Council Presidency – and the First-Vice Chair of the European Parliament Transport Committee István Újhelyi, along with a unique group of ten CEOs, who make intermodal happen.
Sustainability and innovations were discussed virtually during the 11th EUSBSR Annual Forum
20 October 2020
© Jaska Poikonen
COMBINE project – as a Flagship of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region in its Policy Area Transport - was happy to witness the succesful 11th EUSBSR Annual Forum “Our Region, Our Future – Towards a Decade of Innovation and Sustainability”, which was organised for the very first time online as a virtual event. The event was broadcasted from Turku, Finland and the themes of this year’s Forum were sustainability and innovations.
Visualize the flows of intermodal loading units in the BSR
17 September 2020
You can now visualize the flows of intermodal loading units in the Baltic Sea Region and beyond thanks to industry data published by UIRR and UIC.
The Nordic region has ambitious plans for Combined Transport
2 September 2020
The 5th UIRR Nordic Seminar was organised with the support of the COMBINE Project that aims to boost intermodal transport in the Baltic Sea Region.
Combined transport tested on the route Russia–Germany via Latvia
17 August 2020
© Liepaja Special Economic Zone
A pilot project of the Latvian Logistics Association (LLA) took place in August as a part of the COMBINE Project. The pilot was carried out by sending a semi-trailer on a specialized railway platform from Moscow to Liepaja (Latvia) where it was put on a ferry and delivered to Travemunde (Germany).
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