"Oversize Baltic" is international cooperation project initiated by Klaipėda Science and Technology Park.Consortium of 9 partners from Lithuania, Poland, Sweden and Germany will try to improve quality of oversize cargo transportation services and interoperability of reallocation of large items in the South Baltic Area.
"Oversize Baltic" consists of 3 main components:
South Baltic region's oversize transportation strategy will be developed to create the unite regional approach on oversize transportation procedures, and mark 4 main improvement points: transportation corridors, legislation; economical impact; infrastructure and technological development.
OTIN (Oversize Transport Information Network)
Web-based tool for oversize transportation information network functioning will be developed. Tool is comprising: A) Legislative information, B) Route map downloaded, C) Tool for the permits issuing; D) Handbooks.
B to B (Business-to-Business)
To ensure the business involvement there will be educational program for involved business actors initiated with the purpose to foster business knowledge and cooperation in oversize transportation sector.
Project duration: - 24 months (01. 07. 2009 - 30. 06. 2011).
Lead partner - Klaipėda Science and Technology Park (Lithuania).
Project partners - 8 partners from 4 countries in the South Baltic Area.
Project is introducing 16 associated partners.More information about project...
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