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The Nordic region has ambitious plans for Combined Transport

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.

For the first time the meeting was organised as an online event. Combined Transport actors from terminal managers and railways through Combined Transport Operators to intermodal logistic service providers from all around the region participated in the event. A positive dynamic has been accounted for from the region. The participants expressed strong hope for Sweden to begin implementing the plan devised by the Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket), which foresees significant improvements to the most important railway line in the southern regions of the country. Substantial terminal- and port-related improvements were reported that will support the continued development of the intermodal business.

For more information please contact Eric Feyen, Technical Director,

UIRR, the International Union for Road-Rail Combined Transport,  founded in 1970, represents the interests of European road-rail Combined Transport Operators and Transhipment Terminal Managers. Road-Rail Combined Transport (CT) is a system of freight forwarding which is based on efficiently and economically inserting electric rail into long-distance (road) transport-chains through the use of intermodal loading units (ILU). For more information about UIRR's mission and activities, please consult the website:

UIRR is a partner organization of COMBINE project