Consensus on a Green Corridor Öresund-Hamburg – but how?
Many important politicians and professionals participated in the Green STRING Corridor Midterm Conference at Langelinie in Copenhagen in the first week of March. Guest speakers featured Gudrun Schulze from the European Commission and Susanne Krawack from CONCITO and the Danish Congestion Committee (Trængselskommissionen).Read more
Dry Ports in the Öresund Region on the lookout for Hamburg
A Dry Port is not a fortified wine from Portugal, nor is it a Dry Dock. It is an inland intermodal terminal, connected to a seaport by rail, offering easy access and services for further distribution. The STRING Logistics Platform invited participants to join in on a workshop with presentations of existing and potential Dry Ports in Høje Taastrup, Helsingborg, Hässleholm and Karlshamn – all situated in the Öresund Region.Read more
Will rail services be ready when the tunnel opens in 2021?
On February 26th representatives from the railway business in Germany, Denmark and Sweden attended the first meeting in the Dialogue Forum “Railway Corridor” in Copenhagen. The aim of the meeting was first to discuss the report “Traffic Analysis Malmö-Hamburg” prepared by the Consulting Company Vectura, secondly to discuss with Swedish researcher Hans Boysen, Royal Institute of Technology how an efficient railway and intermodal corridor could be established in the String Corridor. Read more
Transport and Logistic Cluster interests met in Lübeck
On the 13th March representatives from German, Swedish and Danish business organisations and regional authorities met at The Chambers of Commerce and Industry in Lübeck, exchanging views on the possible outlook for the transport and logistics industry in Scania, Capital Region of Copenhagen, Zealand, Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg.Read more