Studies carried out within the TEDIM Programme serve as excellent tools in the work of National Secretariats Network.
The lastest studies presented at the ICC meetings.
The aim of the study is to describe the present situation in goods transport across the border of Finland and Russia and draw a list of priorities in the development of cross-border transport on which the authorities should focus. The study was finalized in the end of October 2005.
The Final Report is available only in Finnish FIRUCASE report
- LokoBalt -
The study on Logistics Training Needs and Provision in the Baltic States (LokoBalt) provides a general overview of logistics training/education needs and provision in both public and private sectors. The aim is to 1) map the current supply of logistics education, 2) identify the need of in-service training, 3) identify the areas, where the demand and provision of logistics education meet poorly and 4) suggest concrete actions to improve in-service training.
The Final Report LokoBalt Final Report
Based on the results achieved in the "LokoBalt" astudy, providers of logistics education will better be able to target their resources to meet the demand from of the logistics sector. The results will also be useful for governmental and municipal authorities with interest for improving the provision of logistics education. In time the study will benefit private and public actors in logistics sector, which will have more competent labour force available in logistics.
- LokoKal - LokoKal Study 2004
The study on Logistics Training Needs and Provision in Kaliningrad (LokoKal) provides a general overview of logistics training/education needs and provision in both public and private sectors. The aim is to: 1) map the current supply of logistics education, 2) identify the need of in-service training, 3) identify the areas, where the demand and provision of logistics education meet poorly and 4) suggest concrete actions to improve in-service training.
The data collection is being carried out at the moment in co-operation with the Kaliningrad Regional Administration.
- The study has not proceeded according to the plans for there are some structural changes going-on in the Kaliningrad Administration.
- Elog-EU-Rus –study Elog-EU-RUS 2004 in English
The aim of this study was to identify the major problems in logistics information exchange as it concerns trade between the European Union and Russia. The study comprised interviews with 39 importers, exporters and logistics service providers in Finland, in the Netherlands and in Russia. In addition, a workshop for the Finnish interviewees and the dissemination seminars were held in Helsinki and in Moscow. On the basis of the results, the recommendations for short-term and long-term actions for improving logistics information exchange were given.
On the basis of this study, the following development areas are recommended:
1) Improvement of awareness for example through networking of companies, informing about relevant projects and establishment of international logistics databanks,
2) Increasing knowledge through studies on business environment and case studies on certain supply chains,
3) Extended application of existing electronic information and data exchange solutions and
4) Support investments to electronic systems and data exchange.
The ICC regarded the study as a good basis for the development work in the fields of logistics and trade between the EU and Russia.