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The overall idea of the project is to equip local/regional maritime-related businesses with the knowledge and competence on LNG (liquefied natural gas) technologies. This will enable them to be contracted for operating and maintaining the planned LNG terminal investments in Lithuania and Poland. With this competence the companies can specialise and form cross-border supply chains in South Baltic. ...
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... the fields of water tourism marketing, marina management & operation and marina network consolidation in the southern Baltic rim (Vorpommern DE, Zachodniopomorskie & Pomorskie /PL, Kaliningrad / RU, Klaipeda region / LT). The overall aim is to increase incomes from water tourism in the participating regions, which are mostly lagging behind in these respects within the South Baltic area. The proje ...
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PA Transport of the EUSBSR calls for coordination of national transport policies and actions to ensure a harmonised transnational development of the transport system. The ensured thematic focus and established links between the above initiatives helped achieve certain stage of coordination and complementarity. However, fuller integration of the approaches, which would enable better development and ...
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CLEAN BALTIC SEA SHIPPING (CleanShip)

Start date: Jun 9, 2010, End date: Sep 9, 2013,

BALTIC SEA CLEAN SHIPPING (CLEANSHIP), is part of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region, and has by the EU Commission become selected as a strategic flagship project in its mission to make the Baltic Sea a model region for clean shipping. It promotes measures to reduce emissions from ships to the atmosphere and elaborates ways to promote infrastructure for bunkering of LNG and increased use of ...
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Maritime transport constitutes a vitally important part of trade and services for the countries around the Baltic Sea and Europe. Baltic shipping is constantly growing and some of the busiest shipping routes in the world go through the Baltic Sea. Consequently, the sensitive environment of the Baltic Sea is threatened by increasing pollution from the shipping industry. Through international agreem ...
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Amber Coast Logistics (ACL)

Start date: Jun 8, 2011, End date: Mar 7, 2013,

... d to learn about obstacles and challenges of border-crossing transport into the East. As a result ACL has significantly contributed to establish new business cooperation e.g. between the Ports of Klaipeda and Sassnitz as well as between the Logistics Centres of Frankfurt Oder (DE), Prilesie (BY) and Kaluga (RU). To build up these and further cooperation ACL partners and associates joined networki ...
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Sustainable Management for European Local Ports (SuPorts)

Start date: Dec 31, 2009, End date: Dec 30, 2012,

... Achievements: The project has been launched in September 2010 during a press conference which all project partners attended. A first training session (maritime English) was held in Klaipeda, Lithuania and enabled partners to share a common language and to confront environmental issues affecting ports and ways of dealing with them. The work on the Component 4 of the project start ...
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Port Integration - Multi-modal innovation for sustainable maritime & hinterland transport structures is designed to identify, exchange & transfer best practices in the transport sector with the aim of an overall integration of related policies. Background is the recent increase of European transport flows leading to imbalances in the usage of different transport modes. While landside especially th ...
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The Baltic Sea has many hot-spots with highly contaminated sediments in ports, estuaries etc. Human activities often take place in coastal areas and are affected by these hot-spots. Activities e.g. maintainance dredging in ports and fairways due to more deep-draught ships and expanding ports will imply dredging of several million m3 incl. contaminated sediments in coming years. How to handle dredg ...
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The EWTC II project started in 2009 and was a follow up of the EWTC project completed in 2007, with the overall aim to highlight the development of a ”Green Corridor Concept” as a best practise case in the European context. Green transport corridors are defined as a concentration of freight traffic between major hubs and by relatively long distances where short sea shipping, rail, inland waterways ...
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Development of Transport and Port Communication Systems (Trans-Port)

Start date: Sep 30, 2010, End date: Dec 30, 2011,

... exchange of data with other institutions. It will include modernisation of navigation aid tools in the Free Port of Ventspils, extension of the port geographic information system (GIS) in the Port of Klaipeda, implementation and development of Port Gate Control System (PGCS) in the Ports of Liepaja and Klaipeda. This system is dedicated to collecting, storing and processing data on pedestrians and ...
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Oversize Baltic (Oversize)

Start date: Jun 30, 2009, End date: Jun 29, 2011,

Oversize cargos – constitute an economically important segment of commercial haulage. They include exceptionally large and heavy indivisible cargos such as electric transformers, reactor vessels, wind mills or airplane fuselage - which is usually a part of advanced infrastructural high priority energy and technology projects. Oversize transport often needs to travel considerable distance; in many ...
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The traffic flow in the Baltic Sea Region rises immediately and several studies forecast an ongoing dynamic growth in the upcoming years. Ports can benefit from this growth if they do not serve as water-gates only but also create Value Added Services (VAS) on the goods handled. In order to implement the most efficient VAS in the respective ports it is vital to acquire information regarding the kin ...
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Baltic Gateway PLUS aimed at joint actions to implement and finance prioritised transport projects in the South Baltic Sea area. Focus was on infrastructure investments in the hinterland connections, as well as on implementation of intermodal services. The project involved 30 partners from six countries and had an overall budget of approximately 1 MEUR. It was implemented in the period 2006-2007.B ...
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The InterBaltic project is initiated by the CPMR Baltic Sea Commission and seconded by the Baltic Development Forum, based on the assumption that there will be a considerable increase in transportation and logistics within, to and from, and through the Baltic Sea region. This situation will affect political decisions, business development and living conditions in general.The main objective of this ...
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East-West Transnational Transport Corridor in the S-BSR (EAST-WEST)

Start date: Dec 31, 2005, End date: Dec 30, 2007,

... opean transport Axes defined by EU “High Level Group” in 2005. The Axis is the main trade and transport connection between Russia and EU countries. The fully operational EWTC, with the links Klaipeda-Vilnius-Moscow/Minsk and Kaliningrad-Vilnius, and the fast growing traffic makes the EWTC to one of the most important corridors of the Northern axis initiative. In addition, the EWTC is already now p ...
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Initially it was thought that over 200,000,000 tons of Dangerous Goods (DG) per year moves in BSR (plus over 100M tons in NW Russia) mostly through densely populated areas, imposing real health and safety risks to people and environment. After the data gathering and reporting in DaGoB, the actual figure is close to 1,000,000,000 tons in the entire BSR region, which was substantially more than anti ...
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The overall objective of PORT-NET is to identify and tackle the main challenges faced by the European ports industry in order to create better operational structures and capacities and achieve the best possible regional integration of ports. Since ports are an important link of the transport chain, sub-objectives are to increase the quality of port services and to encourage cost efficient and envi ...
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Coastal Zone Management in the Baltic Sea Region / COASTMAN (COASTMAN)

Start date: Jun 13, 2004, End date: Sep 12, 2007,

The COASTMAN project is aimed on developing approaches for conflicts resolution in coastal zone areas. The project partners’ group with representatives from Sweden, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Russia aimed at investigating conditions under which spatial conflict resolution in coastal zone management can be handled in a bottom up perspective in different countries around Baltic Sea. The ...
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Integrating Logistics Centre Networks in the Baltic Sea Region (InLoC)

Start date: Jul 31, 2004, End date: Mar 30, 2007,

As a follow up of the project NeLoC projecz InLoc aimed at further improvement of the networking between logistics centres, ports and other logistics operators in the Baltic Sea Region. The project also analysed spatial and environmental consequences of logistics centres and aimed at removing bottlenecks in port-hinterland connections. Furthermore, the project tried to improve the compatibility of ...
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ECONET aims to help ports apply proven environmental solutions by developing a process of coaching that will help ports implement schemes that have been tried and tested elsewhere in Europe. Creating a standardised approach to implementing best practices in European ports will result in cost-efficient solutions that help to overcome differences in local legislation that have an impact on the trans ...
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... ridors and bottlenecks were investigated and concrete investments prepared. Development along the corridors Øresund-Gedser-Rostock-Berlin, Copenhagen-Ystad-Swinoujscie-Wroclaw, Copenhagen-Blekinge-Klaipeda-Vilnius, were studied. Road telematics installations for variable speed limits were installed and tested on road E22 in Blekinge. A prefeasibility study of new railway route between Kristianstad ...
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Baltic Cruise Project 2004-2007 (BCP 2004-2007)

Start date: Sep 20, 2004, End date: Sep 20, 2004,

BALTIC CRUISE PROJECT is a cooperation between 10 countries, 19 destinations and 32 partners (ports, city and tourist org.) in the Baltic Sea RegionAn exchange of knowledge and information between Baltic ports and destinations focusing on international cruise tourism. To realise a cruise, the cruise vessel must visit several ports and therefore cooperation between Baltic ports and destinations is ...
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