COMBINE project, funded by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme, aims at enhancing the share of combined transport, CT, in the Baltic Sea Region to make transport more efficient and environmentally friendly. COMBINE project follows a comprehensive approach to strengthen all parts of the transport chain: main leg, terminal handling and last mile. New technologies regarding these different parts of the transport chain as well as modern and efficient transport organization are opportunities for the Baltic Sea Region. To inhibit pure road transport, it is vital to use the benefits of each transport mode and to optimize each part of the transport chain where appropriate.
Shortly before the end of the project, we would like to take the opportunity to give you an insight into our Learnings & Findings and to draw a brief summary. Even more, we would like to learn from you: What is necessary for further development in combined transport? We sincerely invite you to this event!
When: Wednesday, 2021 April, 21, 10:00 to 12:30 o’clock
Where: Virtual conference
Please find the conference agenda and speakers here.
The workshop is aimed at representatives of: National and regional ministries, terminals, associations and umbrella organisations, science and education, and project partners.
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The workshop will take place as a virtual event. The corresponding link will be sent to all participants in good time before the event.
For further information, please contact:
Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI)
Phone.: +49 (0)40 34 05 76 – 353
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