Hamburg, Germany

EMMA will jointly exhibit on the Fehmarnbelt Days 20-22 Sept 2016 with the projects NSB CoRe, Scandria®2Act and TENTacle!

Visit us at the Networking Village on booth #6 and learn more about the four Interreg Baltic Sea Region (BSR) programme transport projects showcase their objectives and aims. The EMMA project envisages to enhance inland waterway transport, while the projects NSB CoRe, Scandria®2Act and TENTacle focus on the strengthening of transport corridors in the BSR. Their aims are to improve the accessibility and connectivity of regions to the transport corridors, to capitalise on the corridors and to foster sustainable and multimodal transport. Visit us to learn more!

Floor plan: http://fehmarnbeltdays.com/exhibitor.

Additionally, the TENTacle project cordially invites you to participate at the panel discussion:
”Effects of the Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link on Commodity Flows and Economic Development”
21 September 2016 • 11:00 – 12:30 hours
Lecture Room 200 • HafenCity University • Hamburg • Germany

When the Fehmarnbelt tunnel opens, new transport options are likely to affect current patterns of the transport and logistics industries in Northern Germany as well as Southern Denmark and Southern Sweden. New cargo routes may be adapted and strategies of business players adjusted. During this panel discussion experts from politics and industry will discuss different aspects of the possible implications for the transport and logistics sector from the fixed link. Your questions also will be respected.

Free registration and full programme: www.fehmarnbeltdays.com

Exhibition Area at FBD 2016
Press contact: 

Mr. Stefan Breitenbach

Port of Hamburg Marketing
Head of Project Development
breitenbach@hafen-hamburg.de
+49 40 37709 121