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1 Project Part-financed by the European Union Towards an integrated transport system in the Baltic Sea Region Green Corridors Measures for environmental friendly transport chains WP 3 Meeting in Stockholm, Feb Nico Herz & Jutta Wolff, TUHH

2 Project Part-financed by the European Union Towards an integrated transport system in the Baltic Sea Region Introduction General idea on collecting and summarising measures for environmental friendly transport chains in European countries as a best practice compilation Agreement to develop a common structure how these measures should be described Stockholm, Feb Proposal and discussion of a common structure WP 4.3 meeting in Gdansk (Dec 2009) Today

3 Project Part-financed by the European Union Towards an integrated transport system in the Baltic Sea Region General Information on the measure Planning and Implementation Background information Initial SituationObjective(s) Measure Description Current State Implementation Process Impact FundingContact Data Transport Aspects Involved Players Geographic Range TitleTime Frame Sources of Information Categories to describe measures Stockholm, Feb

4 Project Part-financed by the European Union Towards an integrated transport system in the Baltic Sea Region Categories to describe measures - General information TitleShort description of the main points. Transport aspects Pointing out which transport mode is affected and which part of the transport chain. Involved players Description of the main players which are involved in implementing the measure. Geographic range Naming the countries and the geographic range (local, regional, national, European, worldwide) which is affected by the measure. Time frame Schedule for e.g. initiating, planning, implementing the measure. Stockholm, Feb

5 Project Part-financed by the European Union Towards an integrated transport system in the Baltic Sea Region Categories to describe measures – Planning and Implementation Initial situationDescription of the initial situation. Objective(s) Naming the main objectives pursued by the measure. Measure descriptionDescription of the main steps of the approach. (Estimated) Impact (Estimation of the) environmental, social, economic impact of the measure (qualitative and quantitative; positive and negative impacts) Implementation process Description of the implementation process naming success factors and obstacles. Current stateDescription of the current state. Stockholm, Feb

6 Project Part-financed by the European Union Towards an integrated transport system in the Baltic Sea Region Categories to describe measures - Background information Funding If applicable and available - description of the funding sources used. Sources of information Listing the sources of information. Contact data If available – naming contact information. Stockholm, Feb

7 Project Part-financed by the European Union Towards an integrated transport system in the Baltic Sea Region Example: Slow steaming General information Title Order of slow steaming vessels for over sea transportation. Transport aspects Deep sea transport on the long haulage. Involved players Tchibo: German retailer for coffee, consumer goods Evergreen: Shipping line Geographic range Measure affects deep sea transportation between Asia and Northern Europe. Time frame Planning: XX/2008-XX/2009 Implementing: XX/2008-XX/2009 Running: XX/2008-XX/2009 Stockholm, Feb

8 Project Part-financed by the European Union Towards an integrated transport system in the Baltic Sea Region Example: Slow steaming Planning and Implementation Initial situation No specific requirements considering speed or fuel consumption in transportation procurement. Objective Reduce CO 2 -emissions by 5 %. Measure description Assignment of a shipping line using slow steamers to reduce fuel consumption because of the lower speed. Implementa- tion process Market analysis of slow steaming offers only one shipping line offered this special product Tender process Assignment of the chosen shipping line reduction of speed from 25 to 19.8 resp to 20.5 kn Impact Reduction of CO 2 -emissions: 4.2 % (in relation to overall company emissions) 26 % (in relation to this part of over sea transportation). Transit time increases Current state ongoing Stockholm, Feb

9 Project Part-financed by the European Union Towards an integrated transport system in the Baltic Sea Region Example: Slow steaming– Background information Funding Tchibo Federal ministry of environment Sources of information LOTOS – Project report Contact data Stockholm, Feb

10 Project Part-financed by the European Union Towards an integrated transport system in the Baltic Sea Region Display measures and responsible stakeholders by a mind map Stockholm, Feb

11 Project Part-financed by the European Union Towards an integrated transport system in the Baltic Sea Region Next Steps Discuss the categories of the measure template Summarise the feedback & send the final structure to those partners involved in collecting measures Agree on schedule Stockholm, Feb

12 Project Part-financed by the European Union Towards an integrated transport system in the Baltic Sea Region TU Hamburg Institute for Transport Planning and Logistics Prof. Dr.-Ing. Heike Flämig Researchers: Jutta Wolff Nico Herz Thank you for your attention! Stockholm, Feb


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