Today in international trade and logistics it is more and more important to find real-time solutions for monitoring goods´ transportation, safety and to facilitate the co-operation in the Baltic Sea Region by developing new methods and systems. During the TEDIM years, there have been over 40 development projects under the TEDIM umbrella. Some of the projects have not proceeded further than a feasibility study and some have already been completed and turned into marketable products. Typical for the TEDIM projects is the public-private co-operation, and the aim to improve the efficiency of goods´ transportation between the European Union and the Russian Federation.
The XII ICC Meeting in Riga on September 16-17th, 2003 a new strategy was also approved for the period from 2004 to 2008. It was named the Riga Strategy after the city hosting the meeting.
Tedim Riga Strategy in English
At the same time the TEDIM project criteria was up-dated
Project Criteria 2004-2008
Development areas 2004-2008
1. Supply Chain Management, SCM
2. Logistic Services
3. Logistics Corridors
4. Logistics Information Management
5. Public Contribution and Participation