Mid-term conference of NECL II 15-16 August Vaasa: Bottlenecks in east-west communications

Presentations now available.
- Connections to Russia...What are the future infrastructural development needs and how will they give possibilities for business?
- Future environmental regulations in EU...How will they affect the future?
- Green transport corridors...What is a Green corridor and how will they change the future “chess board" of infrastructure?

These and other questions were handled at the mid-term conference of NECL II —project on Wednesday 15th of August in Vaasa. Ca. 50 participants attended the seminar.


The NECL II Project — short status presentationPDF - Per-Åke Hultstedt, NECL II

Bottlenecks and potential on the Midnordic Green transport CorridorPDF
- Helena Olsson, Trafikverket

Cargo flows and other studiesPDF - Kari Veromaa, Logiwin Ltd.

Border issues Finland-RussiaPDF - Aune Ritola-Grahn, Parikkala

Sulfur regulation scenarios for Midnordic cargo transportsPDF
- Gustav Malmqvist, MIDEK

Bothnian Green Logistic Corridor: Part of the European core networkPDF
- Carina Aschan, BGLC -project

New winds on Finland´s freight tracks - PDFKimmo Rahkamo, Proxion Train Ltd.

NECL II ICT-systemPDF - Leif Olsson, MIUN

Special transports and ports in OstrobothniaPDF - Jerker Johnson, Ostrobothnia

Nordic Logistic City SeinäjokiPDF - Ari Lehtinen, SEEK

Combiterminal ÅngePDF - Tomas Olsson, IPK

Combiterminal ÖstersundPDF - Janne Molde, Östersund

Main road 18 Central FinlandPDF - Pekka Kokki, Central Finland

Norwegian issues PDF(in Norwegian about Meråker, E14)PDF - Arnfinn Monsen, Nord-Tröndelag

Wärtsilä —presentationPDF -  Göran Hellén

Presentation of Vaasa PortPDF - Sakari Mäki-Fränti

Backman-Trummer operator in Port of VaasaPDF - Bernt Björkholm

Participant list. PDF

More information from:
- Per-Åke Hultstedt, Project Manager, +46 70 1904195, per-ake.hultstedt(at)lansstyrelsen.se  
- Jerker Johnson, Development Planner, international co-ordinator, +358 44 320 6565 , jerker.johnson(at)obotnia.fi  
- Virpi Heikkinen, Communication Manager, +358 40 595 0178, virpi.heikkinen(at)keskisuomi.fi

Uppdated: 2012-08-21
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