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Real Time Ferries

Real Time Ferries

Using ferry real time information to optimise intermodal transport chains in the Baltic Sea Region

Ferries play a significant role in the Business Sea Region in both goods and passenger transport. To make ferry transports a more competitive alternative interoperability between ferry and land transport is crucial. Up to date information at all times is vital to make the entire transport chain work efficiently and. Real time information also allow optimisation of the intermodal traffic flows.

Project Partners:

  • University of Rostock DE
  • Public Transport Association Berlin Brandenburg DE
  • Baltic Sea Forum e.V. DE
  • Schenker Deutschland AG DE
  • Swedish Maritime Administration SE
  • Viktoria Swedish ICT SE
  • Skånetrafiken SE
  • Stena Line AB SE
  • Viking Line Abp FI
  • Helsinki Region Transport FI
  • West Pomeranian University of Technology Szczecin PL
  • Klaipeda Shipping Research Center LT
  • A´TUIN” Ltd. LV
  • International Transport Development Association LV
  • Estonian Small Harbours Development Center EE
  • Saarte Liinid AS EE
  • Motus Foundation (in cooperation with BPO) PL
  • Lindaliini OY FI
  • Tallinn University of Technology EE
  • Estonian Road Administration EE
  • Port of Trelleborg SE
  • Flixbus DE

 

Associated Partners

  • Ministry of Energy, Infrastructure and State Development M-V DE
  • Rostock Trimodal DE
  • Euroports Ferry Stevedoring Rostock DE
  • German Logistics Association DE
  • Tom Tom Germany DE
  • GoEuro DE
  • Danish State Railways DK
  • HH Ferries Group SE
  • Västtrafik SE
  • Port of Stockholm SE
  • Central Klaipeda Terminal LT
  • Smitlynes Perkela LT
  • Latvian Coast Guard LV
  • Ministry of Transport Latvia LV
  • Port of Liepaja LV
  • Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communication Estonia EE
  • Baltic Ports Organization EE
  • City of Helsinki FI
  • Delfi Association DE
  • TS Laevad OÜ EE
  • Danish Shipwoners Association DK
  • DFDS A/S DK
  • Tallink Grupp EE

 

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