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INTEGRATING WATERBORNE TRANSPORT IN THE LOGISTICS CHAIN

Objective

The aim of INTERPORT is to implement and test an automatic equipment identification system for handling vehicle and container movement in ports in accordance with the information exchanged electronically between transport partners. The project will incorporate modern technology for electronic identification and remote reading into an integrated system. It will also consider standardisation, - a crucial issue for ports, as these are a common location for different transport means. INTERPORT will deliver identification systems specifications adapted to different modes of transport, a manual for implemention of systems, and a cost-benefit analysis for their possible marketing.

Coordinator

TFK Transportforschung GmbH
Address
Lilienstr. 19
20095 Hamburg
Germany

Participants (6)

CENTRE AT ERIKSBERG FOR COMMUNICATION INFORMATION AND LOGISTICS
Sweden
Address
Bla Hallen
41764 Eriksberg
ENTE PUBLICO PUERTOS DEL ESTADO
Spain
Address
10,Avenida Del Partenon - 4E Planta
28042 Madrid
MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS
Finland
Address
16,Etelaesplanadi
00130 Helsinki
NORDIC TRANSPORT DEVELOPMENT Ltd
Denmark
Address
201,Roerdalsvej
9220 Aalborg
SINTEF TRANSPORT ENGINEERING
Norway
Address
4,Strindveien
7034 Trondheim
TRANSPORT RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL SA
Greece
Address
80,Voulgaroktonou Str
11473 Athens