LogOn Baltic aims at improving spatial integration by transferring knowledge in ICT and logistics competence. The main objective is to produce and disseminate information for regional development agencies on how to support enterprises in the participating regions in their effort to improve ICT and logistics competence, thus improving regional development.
20 project partners from Belarus, Denmark, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and 25 associated partners have come together under the transnational project Amber Coast Logistics. Their uppermost goal is to support the development of multimodal logistics centres in the southern and eastern Baltic Sea region and thereby improve the accessibility of remote areas.
Latvijas Loģistikas Asociācijas biedru un partneru darbinieku apmācības partnerībā.
The project MarChain connects the national maritime clusters in the Baltic Sea Region for increased competitiveness of the macro-region. The aim is to strengthen and improve the marine transport supply chains, efficiency and competitiveness. The project builds on cooperation between cluster initiatives around the Baltic Sea addressing issues such as environmentally friendly transport systems and intelligent ship, harbor and logistics solutions. MarChain also addresses cooperation on issues like new technology solutions and innovations promoting energy-efficient and environmentally safe and secure solutions.
5 partners from Sweden, Estonia and Latvia, representing 5 clusters working in 3 industrial sectors: information technologies, logistics, and food production and processing are members of the 5FOREXCELLENCE consortium. The overall objective of the project is to strengthen the management excellence of the involved clusters. The specific objectives are: 1) to improve management and performance practices of the involved clusters, 2) to enable clusters to provide more professional business services to SMEs, 3) to develop the capacities necessary for cross-sectoral and international collaboration and 4) to raise awareness of other local cluster organizations and business networks of the benefits of the cluster management excellence approach.
The project “Food in Eco Network – internationalization and global competitiveness of European SMEs in Food and Eco Logistics Sector” (acronym: FoodNet) is co-funded by the COSME programme of the European Union in the frame of “Clusters go International” call for the project proposals under Grant Agreement No. 783395. There are different challenges for today’s supply chains of food industry. The project aims at improving the potential of European food market clusters by making business and logistics processes more sustainable. It will be possible by the set on tools and strategy with concrete recommendations for SMEs.
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 is led by Port of Hamburg Marketing and implemented together with 14 partners from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland and Sweden.