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Baltic Sea Region INTERREG III B Programme: NETWORKING LOGISTICS CENTRES IN THE BALTIC SEA REGION NeLoC. NETWORKING LOGISTICS CENTRES IN THE BALTIC SEA REGION - NeLoC. NeLoC project was approved on 17 Dec 2001 PHARE CBC programme applications for Lithuanian and Polish partners

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Baltic Sea Region

INTERREG III B Programme:

NETWORKING LOGISTICS CENTRES IN THE BALTIC SEA REGION

NeLoC


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NETWORKING LOGISTICS CENTRES IN THE BALTIC SEA REGION - NeLoC

  • NeLoC project was approved on 17 Dec 2001

  • PHARE CBC programme applications for Lithuanian and Polish partners

  • Project’s duration: 1 Feb 2002 - 31 March 2004


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AIM OF THE PROJECT

  • To promote networking of existing and planned logistics centres in the BSR

  • To create co-operation of this field between EU and non-EU countries

  • To enhance the role of logistics centres in spatial development

  • To make the logistics chains more effective

  • To improve the general competitiveness of the logistics companies


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BUILDING BLOCKS

  • Project consists of 3 main elements:

    • Planning of Logistics Centres (leader: Ludwik Kondratowicz, Maritime Institute, Poland)

    • Networking of Logistics Centres (leader: Kent Bentzen, FDT – Association of Danish Transport Centres, Denmark)

    • ICT systems for Logistics Centres (leader: Horst Pahl, Technikzentrum Fördergesellschaft mbH, Germany)


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WP 1: PLANNING OF LOGISTICS CENTRES

  • Focus:

    • To develop the planning of location and internal operations of logistics centres taking into consideration logistics efficiency, intermodality possibilities, regional development and environmental values


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CONCRETE ACTIONS OF WP 1:

  • Comparative survey of selected logistics centres in the Baltic Sea Region

  • Analysis of methods of planning real and virtual logistics centres at different phases of the planning process. Implementation of selected planning methods in case studies.

  • A book on planning methodology of logistics centres


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WP 2: Networking of Logistics Centres

  • Focus:

    • To increase internal and external integration of the centres in order to create new service concepts and to strengthen the role of logistics centres


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CONCRETE ACTIONS OF WP 2:

  • Preparation of a handbook containing information about the best practise of the existing logistics centres and co-operation

  • New service concepts for logistics centres

  • Development and implementation of a co-operation Forum for Logistics Centres in the Baltic Sea Region


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WP 3: ICT Systems for Logistics Centres

  • Focus:

    • To develop ICT-solutions and their applications in the logistics centres in order to make operations more efficient especially for the small and medium sized logistics companies, to enhance networking among the logistics centres and link outside business activities to the Logistics Centres activities


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CONCRETE ACTIONS OF WP 3:

  • Analysis of the current ICT processes and ICT-demands on the networking of the logistics centres and involved companies

  • Implementation of a dynamic and qualifying pilot-toolbox for Logistics Centre Network

  • Testing with logistics centres to be selected in different countries


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LIST OF PARTNERS

  • FINLAND: Centre for Maritime Studies, University of Turku (lead partner); Ministry of Transport and Communications; Turku Chamber of Commerce; Centre of Expertise in South East Finland, Kymenlaakso Polytechnic; City of Kemi; and City of Turku

  • GERMANY: Technikzentrum Födergesellschaft mbH; Deutsche GVZ-Gesellschaft mbH; Federal Ministry of Traffic, Building and Housing; and Baltic Institute

  • DENMARK: Ministry of the Environment; Danish Maritime Authority; Association of Danish Transport Centres (FDT); and Nordic Transport Development (NTU)

  • LITHUANIA: Ministry of Economy; Ministry of Transport; Kaunas City Municipality; Association HOJA FONDAS; Klaipedos Logistikos Centras; and Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Institute of Transport Sciences

  • POLAND: Maritime Institute; Institute of Logistics and Warehousing; ELC Group, Logistics and Supply Chain Management Consultants; University of Gdansk, Institute of Maritime Transport and Seaborne Trade; and Ministry of Infrastructure


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PARTNERS

  • 5 countries: FI, DE, DK, LT, PL

  • 25 partners:

    • Consortium consists of:

      • 9 logistics centre actors

      • 6 research institutions

      • 7 ministries

      • 3 local authorities


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NeLoC - Seminars and Conferences

5 Dec. 2002: Logistics Centre Seminar with Small Workshops, Lithuania

4 Sep. 2003: Logistics Centres Conference, Lithuania

March 2004: Final NeLoC Conference, Finland


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