Intermodality and cross border problems

Analysis of issues and practices related to intermodality problems between sea and land corridors as well as cross-border problems.

The main purpose in the study (act. 4.5.) has been to describe cross-border problems and intermodal problems and solution proposals in the Midnordic Green Transport Corridor and compare three selected  cargo routes between the MNGTC and selected alternative routes:

1. Hydrogen peroxide 50 % liquid export from Sverlovsk/Yekaringburg to Sundsvall mill

2. Salmon fish cold road haulage from Trondheim to Moscow

3. Liquid natural gas (LNG) as refridgerated liquid from Trondheim to Kaskinen.

The Midnordic Transport Corridor proves to be cost-effective and environmentally friendly alternative. Read more in the study.PDF (made by Logiwin Ltd, 2013)

Also a questionnaire was sent to eg. Russian companies and authorities which stated that the direct rail route to the Atlantic port could attract the cargo from continental countries - exporters of products and semi-products. But only under certain prerequisites and standards.

The study suggests that the corridor should increase marketing and establish a promoting organisation but most of all to have export/import companies to take part in the development of the corridor.

Responsible partner:
PP15 City of Kaskinen

Port Captain Timo Onnela
tel. +358 40 7265 740
e-mail: timo.onnela(at)kaskinen.fi

More information from WP4-leader Henric Fuchs.

RELATED:
ACTION PLAN: IMPROVEMENT OF HIGHWAY 13 AT NUIJAMAA BORDER CROSSING POINT, LAPPEENRANTAPDF (part of NECL II activity 4.5. Cross border issues)
Appendix:
- Map 1PDF
- Map 2PDF
- Detour -mapPDF
- Cost estimationPDF
- Heavy lane cost estimationPDF

The objective of the NECL II project is to improve safety and fluency of international traffic via Finland to Russia in Nuijamaa village junction on road 13. The actions will also improve the Midnordic Green Transport Corridor connection to Russia.

More information about the study:
Kari Halme, Kaakkois-Suomen ELY
kari.halme(at)ely-keskus.fi, TEL. +358 20 63 60090

Uppdated: 2013-12-04
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