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Case Studies in Understanding Transport Sensitive Industries (TSI) - Being ‘Green’ or ‘Managing’ Transport and Logistics?, Roskilde University CBIT

This report gives a strong insight into how different companies and organisations in the transport and logistics industries think about these issues. The report is in itself a valuable study for those who want to know more about strategic considerations and the use of competitive parameters. It is also important for a municipality like ours that is trying to understand the corporate use of logistics in order to better serve both logistics buyers, such as industry, and logistics providers, such as the transportation industry, with an optimised industrial environment in terms of the form of industrial areas, infrastructure, network and business services, and recreational reflections.

29-09-2014 11:22PDF5MB Download

COWI_Summary_DE

26-11-2014 13:58PDF625KB Download

COWI_Summary_DK

26-11-2014 13:58PDF626KB Download

Fact sheet for WP 2

This fact sheet outlines the key messages of this work package, and explains what the aims and purpose of this theme is, and how this will help svhieve the overall aim of a greener transport corridor betwen the Öresund region and Hamburg.

02-10-2012 11:56PDF572KB Download

Factsheet: Changes in Scania’s freight transport structure

The Green STRING Corridor project has published a new report: The Green STRING Corridor and Transport Development. The report is written by Roskilde University, Denmark. It looks into developments in the transport structure in the STRING region, i.e. Scania, Zealand, Schleswig–Holstein and Hamburg, and identifies a number of opportunities and threats for the transport- and logistics industry in that region. The reason for this analysis is the opening of the fixed Fehmarn Belt link in 2021. The development of the transport structure is already being discussed so as to better understand the existing transport pattern when the tunnel opens. The aim of the report is thus not to analyse developments in transport after 2021, but to describe the existing transport structure.

21-01-2013 11:40PDF595KB Download

Factsheet: Employment and turnover in the transport and logistics sector in the STRING region

Within the Green STRING corridor project Roskilde University has published a new study that documents employment figures, turnover and location of the transport and logistics sector in the STRING region. It analyses the structure of the freight transport and logistics sector in the five STRING regions, i.e. Scania in Sweden, the Capital Region and Region Zealand in Denmark, Hamburg and Schleswig Holstein in Germany.

06-06-2013 12:43PDF702KB Download

Factsheet: Fundamental changes to the development of transport

Globalisation has made its mark on transport development; production has been relocated from wealthy, industrialised countries and service plays a more prominent role, particularly in Nordic foreign trade. Moreover, several products become lighter or change into different types of products. This calls for renewed attention to transport development, particularly in Northern Europe. The present report looks into the development within the STRING region.

21-01-2013 11:39PDF384KB Download

Factsheet: The German Baltic ports face new challenges

The Green STRING Corridor project has published a new report: The Green STRING Corridor and Transport Development. The report is written by Roskilde University, Denmark. It looks into developments in the transport structure in the STRING region, i.e. Scania, Zealand, Schleswig–Holstein and Hamburg, and identifies a number of opportunities and threats for the transport- and logistics industry in that region.The report reviews the role of the German Baltic ports in the present transport structure. It finds that the German ports Luebeck, Rostock, Kiel, Sassnitz and Hamburg play a vital role in the current transport structure.

21-01-2013 11:39PDF497KB Download

Factsheet: The STRING Region Transport Structure

The Green STRING Corridor project has published a new report: The Green STRING Corridor and Transport Development. The report is written by Roskilde University, Denmark. It looks into developments in the transport structure in the STRING region, i.e. Scania, Zealand, Schleswig–Holstein and Hamburg, and identifies a number of opportunities and threats for the transport- and logistics industry in that region.

21-01-2013 11:39PDF581KB Download

Factsheet: Zealand transport structure and its challenges

The Green STRING Corridor project has published a new report: The Green STRING Corridor and Transport Development. The report is written by Roskilde University, Denmark. It looks into developments in the transport structure in the STRING region, i.e. Scania, Zealand, Schleswig–Holstein and Hamburg, and identifies a number of opportunities and threats for the transport- and logistics industry in that region.The basis of this analysis is the opening of the fixed Fehmarn Belt link in 2021. Plans and discussions concerning the impact of the link have already begun. The report analyses the existing transport structure. It serves as a background report aiming to provide a better understanding of the existing transport system once the tunnel opens. Certain characteristics will be described here.

21-01-2013 11:40PDF430KB Download

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