Logistics and freight transport

CoMET created a training programme for maritime, logistics and cargo handling

The project CoMET created a training programme for maritime, logistics and cargo handling.

Aligned vocational education and training programme

The EfficientFlow project improved the flow of goods and passengers through the two corridors of Gävle-Rauma and Stockholm-Turku in Baltic Sea Region by implementation of Sea Traffic Management concept

The EfficientFlow project improved the flow of goods and passengers through the two corridors of Gävle-Rauma and Stockholm-Turku in Baltic Sea Region by implementation of Sea Traffic Management concept.

The project had two blocks of activities:

1. Port flow optimisation - development of Port Activity Application

Improved transport flow of goods

SmartLog - Prototype created that can improve the supply chain in the transport and logistics industry

The main aim with the project “Smart Logistics and Freight Villages Initiative” (SmartLog) was to develop new Internet-of-things (IoT) solution based on block-chain technology, that would help logistics and transportation companies to improve and make their supply chains more efficient.
Companies from Sweden, Finland, Estonia and Latvia were involved in the project along two TEN-T corridors: North Sea – Baltic and Scandinavian – Mediterranean corridor.

Improved transport flow of goods

REFEC focused on supporting the establishment of the Loviisa – Kunda ferry connection

The REFEC project aimed at reinforcing the establishment of the Eastern Finland – Estonia transport corridor by focusing on concrete measures to support the establishment of the Loviisa – Kunda ferry connection.

Improved transport flow of goods

EDU-RAIL - harmonization of VET programs in railway engineering, transport and logistics

During its lifecycle, project EDU-RAIL tackled the fragmentation of VET in the field of railway engineering, transport and logistics in the Central Baltic region by aligning five specialization modules. The modules, 15 ECTS each, were developed by project partners in Estonia, Latvia and Finland. The study modules take into account the regional labor market needs, including joint regional aspects and the shared challenges related to the further integration with the European Railway system.
 
This resulted in the development of:
 

Aligned vocational education and training programme