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Networking Logistics Centres in the Baltic Sea Region (NeLoC )
Start date: Dec 17, 2001, End date: Feb 16, 2004 PROJECT  FINISHED 

The NeLoC project provided a networking forum for existing and planned logistics centres in the Baltic Sea Region and it has enabled the exchange of experiences in planning and operating logistics centres.The project promoted the role of logistics centres in regional development as well as national and international logistics chains with emphasis laid on intermodal solutions. Further, the project improved the general competitiveness of the logistics companies through providing a setting for creating Pan-Baltic partnerships and easy access to ICT-tools. Achievements: NeLoC has produced a Best Practice Handbook for Logistics Centres in the Baltic Sea Region containing information for sustainable and effective logistics centre network activities and a Service Concept Report for Logistics Centres comprising innovative service concepts, which can be exploited within the frame of a logistics centre. The project has created and implemented a Pan-Baltic co-operation forum for logistics centres Baltic Sea Forum on Logistics Centres – LC-Forum. The idea of the LC-Forum is to enable transport and logistics business to play a major role within the freight network at the wide BSR level, i.e. to put the focus on logistics centres and intermodality as well as on business and political levels. It also creates and ensures an active, dynamic and successful network.The NeLoC project has also created and implemented the NeLoC Portal serving as a generic, internet-based toolbox and including: i) business network for internal and external communication and co-operation; ii) business related intermodal Tracking and Tracing system; iii) collective or individual usage for logistics centres and companies; iv) internal and external service applications; and v) high availability, data safety and data protection.

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  • 2000 - 2006 Baltic Sea Region
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