Completed TEDIM Projects
At the 16th ICC meeting 2008 the following project was given a Status of a completed project
Project was focusing on the importance of land and maritime transport infrastructure improvement as a mean to strenghten labour market and the competitiveness of economic activities in the BT area. The project was related directly to key aspects of the BSR development set up by EU concerning sustainable economic growth and cohesion. The project received financing from the BSR INTERREG III B Programme. Tangent-Summary Report
BaSIM - Baltic Sea Information Motorways
The concept was proposed to be part of the EU Motorways of the Sea process within the Baltic Sea Region. The purpose was to highlight the necessity to build up an information platform in harmony with infrastructure investments. Information Motorways is not only technology but also a strong vision to create a logistics information motorways platform in the Baltic Sea Region for business processes, business process transactions and implementation guidelines. The project was approved in the INTERREG III B Programme. Materials from the Final BaSIM Conference held 5.12.2007 available at http://www.basim.org/final_presentations.html
Safe and Reliable Transport Chains of Dangerous Goods in the Baltic Sea Region project aimed at improving the co-operation between public and private stakeholders related to DG transport in the BSR by connecting the stakeholders on different levels, providing up-to-date information on cargo flows, supply chain efficiency and risks. The project was approved in the Interreg programme.
- LogOn Baltic
Aimed at improving regional development and spatial integration in different types of regions by transferring knowledge in ICT and logistics competence. The main objective was to produce and disseminate information for regional development agencies on how to support enterprises in the participationg regions. The project was approved in the Interreg and TACIS programmes.
At the 15th ICC meeting 2006 the following project was given a Status of a completed project
InLoC - Integrating Logistics Centre Networks in the Baltic Sea Region
The project aimed at integrating of logistics centres and their interest groups, create conditions for the spatial integration of logistics operations, remove bottlenecks in port-hinterland- connections, improve the compatibility of different ICT-based transport & logistics networks and organise educational events related to logistics. The project received financing from the BSR INTERREG III B Programme. The final report InLoc - The Final Report
At the 14th ICC meeting 2005 the following projects were given a Status of a completed project
The project aimed at developing a commercially valid inter-modal system for Trans-European freight transfer between the Nordic region and South-eastern Europe. This project was accepted to EUREKA co-operation forum as E!2727-LOGCHAIN POLCORRIDOR.
The main aim of the project was to define the legal status of electronic logistic services as a stage in international cargo transportation and as a type of information service provided to transportation participants, including government control entities at border crossing points, transit, trans-shipment and destination sites. The project received financing from the TACIS PAP programme. Final Report InfoLogService Final Report ENG 2005
The project aimed at developing a knowledge-based and self-analysing IT solution for efficient problem solving, strategic analysis, planning and decision as well as technology assessment. The project received financing from the INTERREG III B Programme. The project has been finalished and has turn into reality under www.decision-support.info
LogCom2 - Logistics Communication
Project aimed at promoting the use of Electronic Logistic Passport Data for Transportation Control Procedures at Torfyanovka and Brusnichnoe-2 International Border Crossing Points.
At the 13th ICC meeting 2004 the following projects were given a Status of a completed project
NeLoC - Networking Logistics Centres in the Baltic Sea Region
Project promoted international intermodal transport by improving co-operation, design methods and communication between logistics centres in the Baltic Sea region.
Final report Results of the NeLoC project 2004
CustCom - Customs Communication
Project aimed at speeding up the border formalities in goods traffic on the EU/Russian border with the help of EDI and information technology. The technical part of the project was completed and piloted during the project.
SLINT – Sea-Land Intermodal Transport along the Gdansk-Odessa Transport Corridor also a EUREKA Logchain co-operation project. The aim of the project was to evaluate the potential for opening a new railway line from Odessa to Gdansk.
At the 12th ICC meeting 2003 the following projects were given a Status of a completed project
- GHADIS - Graphic Harbour Disposition and Information System
An easy-to-use graphic interface for harbour information exchange was developed under the GHADIS project. The objectives of the project: to convert information into a standardised, userfriendly form, save time, and increase transperancy of the production chain.
- LQIM - Logistics Quality Improvement Management
Project applied production process practices to systematic quality control in transporttion and logistics. The motor, food and paper industries took part in the project.
Earlier completed TEDIM projects
The objective of the project was to establish a network of Polish and EU logistics service providers. The network ensures the possibility to reduce the investments in infrastructure, to support SME sector companies better and further-more to attract foreign investments into Poland. At the moment the development of the project continues on a national level only.
- European High-Tech Logistics Network
The project was based on an eLog steering model, which is an information system that supports networking by enterprises. The goal was to further develop the system and the related training concept and to expand their use in Finland, Estonia, Germany and Russia.
An electronic company network was developed for agriculture in the region around the Baltic Sea. Users, farms, suppliers, merchants, authorities and other service providers are linked into the development of the electronic company network as widely as possible.
- Delivery Management System and it's continuation
- Integrated Delivery Management System
The project ended in September 2000. Many industrial, trade companies and different types of service providers took part in the project. The pilot projects were led by the companies ALKO Oy, Schenker Oy and Metsä Tissue. As a result of the project, the advanced model for delivery management and guidelines and recommendations for the supply chain partners were created. Indem Special 2000-2001 in English
- Baltic Open Port Communication
BOPCom started based on the clear situation that communication solutions in the transport sector are required - and are more and more shifted to a bilateral basis instead of big Port Community Systems.
For further information see also TEDIM Publications