Think Tank No.1 - “Key business actions for the BSR – External revision of the TransBaltic WP5 results”

Published: 2012-07-09 10:48

The Baltic Transport Journal has been following TransBaltic since its very beginning by featuring the project’s newsletters and producing articles on the project’s findings. The journal is now dedicated to a last task of verifying the incentives, derived from the TransBaltic studies, with the market and decision-makers. Professionals from the public and business sector is confronted with summaries of TransBaltic’s outcomes and the results of the discussions will be presented in 3 so called “Think-Tank” issues.

Download: Think-Tank #1

Think Tank No.1  features discussions on;

Dry Port with

  • Stefan Back – Director Sustainable Logistics at TransportGruppen and Chairman of the Intermodal working group of the Swedish International Freight Association
  • Anders Ekmark – Senior analyst at the Swedish Transport Administration
  • Lidia Wójtowicz – Director of the Department of Regional Development of the Warmia-Masuria Voivodeship
  • Krzysztof Kasica – Economic analyst of the Department of Strategy and Development at the City Council of Elbląg
  • Thomas Elm Kampman – Director of the Skandinavisk Transport Center and Port of Koge
  • Jakob Svane – Consultant of the DI Transport
  • Leif Gjesing Hansen – Senior Adviser at the Department of Regional Development of the Zealand region

Empty Container Management with

  • Erik Ringmaa – Chief Commercial Officer at Port of Tallinn
  • Dominik Landa – DCT Gdańsk’s Business Development Director

Deployment of the ICT toolbox with

  • Leszek Andrzejewski - Institute of Logistics and Warehousing, Task Leader of TransBaltic Task 5.3 – ICT tools

International intermodal transport with

  • Bjarne Ivar Wist - CargoNet’s Director of Information and Strategy

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