COMBINE aims at enhancing the share of combined transport in the Baltic Sea Region in order to make transport more efficient and environmentally friendly.
In combined transport, goods are moved by train, ships or barges, with the first and last mile covered by road as short as possible.
However, the share of this efficient and more environmentally friendly transport scheme remains small in the Baltic Sea region due to spatially scattered transport and a tradition of road transport.
COMBINE aims to increase this share by improving the operation at terminals and reducing the costs of the last mile by introducing new solutions such as Platooning, longer/heavier trucks, e-trucks, and LNG-trucks.
Duration: January 2019-June 2021
Project partners: 14 partners from BE, DE, DK, FI, LT, LV, PL, SE
Associated partners: 14+ from BY, DE, DK, FI, LV, PL and SE
Project budget: EUR 3.4 million
European Regional Development Fund: EUR 2.6 million
Total budget of Latvian Logistics Association: EUR 150 000
Financing from European Regional Development Fund: EUR 127 500
More information: www.combine-project.com
ON THE DECLARATION OF GOODS, EXPORT AND RE–EXPORT CONTROL
Riga, 26 June 2019
The Latvian Logistics Association invites you to a free training seminar on (a) goods declaration, export and re-export control, (b) business development opportunities in the United Arab Emirates and (c) the cross–sectoral cluster of FoodNet.
The workshop will take place on 24 July 2019 from 10.00 to 16.30 in Riga, Radisson Blue Ridzene conference room Basteja, address on Reimers Street 1, Riga, LV-1050.
Application by 17.07.2019. Please send the application in free form to the firstname.lastname@example.org with the name, firm/organisation, position,telephone and e–mail address of the member.
More detailed information: mobile phone 26110095, 29203528
Project information: http://foodnet-project.eu/