Best Practices in Smart Transport - Green STRING Corridor kick-off conference
Which businesses can deliver greener transport solutions – and how? Can rail transport and air transport complement each other – and how? These were just a few of the important questions that the Green STRING Corridor project looked into at the kick-off conference in Lübeck on the 27th of September

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Best practices in smart transport
Green STRING Corridor Kick- off conference

 

Which businesses can deliver greener transport solutions - and how?


Can rail transport and air transport complement each other - and how?



These were just a few of the important questions that the Green STRING Corridor project looked into.




Insights from the conference included:

 

Guest speaker, Henrik Jørgensen, VP, External Relations, Copenhagen Airport
"From adversaries to allies - synergies in integration of air traffic and high speed rail"

 

Guest speaker, Thomas Andersson, Managing Director, TX Logistik
"What does freight co-modality bring to the consumer?- Possibilities for freight and transport co-modality in the light of the new Fehmarn Belt fixed link"

 

Analysis of the logistics and transportation industry in the corridor

 

Analysis of the combination of high speed rail passenger transport and rail freight transport via the upcoming Femern Belt Link

 

Challenges and opportunities for smart and efficient transport in the corridor

 

 

The kick-off conference provided a unique opportunity to meet stakeholders from a diverse background. Members from the business world, academia and public authorities alike have a stake in the challenges set by making transport and logistics greener.