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. The COMBINE project follows a comprehensive approach to strengthen all parts of the transport chain: main leg, terminal handling and last mile. It contributes to closer cooperation in the policy level, stronger support for combined transport in the Baltic Sea Region and a stronger role of combined transport in the transport system. The COMBINE project is a Flagship of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region under the Policy Area Transport.
The COMBINE project is led by Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM) and implemented together with 14 partners from Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden. The project began in January 2019 and has been completed in June 2021.
The project was very successful for Latvian Logistics Association – we achieved not only initially stated targets (e.g. ), but also have managed to practically implement combined transport services in Latvia!
Further information on COMBINE project can be found at http://www.combine-project.com/
Further information on COMBINE project results in Latvia can be found at https://combine.lv/