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INCONE60 is primarily aimed at shifting cargo from land to sea transport, to decrease the negative impact on the natural environment and increase awareness about the benefit of choosing shortsea shipping. It is dedicated to cargo owners, forwarders, vessel owners, port authorities, local/regional/national authorities and all other entities involved in cargo transportation. It also concentrates on strengthening the regional economies, impact the labour market positively and support the development of the blue economy.
  • INCONE60 project cooperates with institutions beyond its partnership. Within the South Baltic Programme INCONE60 cooperates with the South Baltic Transport Loops project. These two projects work jointly to establish regular connections between local seaports.

  • INCONE60 project has been intensively cooperated also with the Interreg North Sea Region programme – with the DUAL PORTS project. DUAL PORTS is interested in one of the INCONE60 outputs – the simulator. It will be shifted to the North Sea Region to prove the benefits of establishing regular connections between small ports located in Belgium and Great Britain. It brings the INCONE60 project to a higher level of cooperation and creates link between programmes.

  • What’s more, INCONE60 will be included in the agreement between the government of Poland and Flanders. INCONE60 has gained interest and it will be included in the agreement as a field for future cooperation.

  • Moreover, the results of the INCONE60 project will be also implemented within the project The EU-funded ePIcenter project. Its goal is streamlining global trade and promoting synchro-modal operations through the application of Industry 4.0 technologies and transport innovations such as Hyperloop and autonomous vehicles.

  • INCONE60 also established cooperation with another project from the Horizon 2020 Programme – Aegis. INCONE60 and Aegis will collaborate to achieve better results of the transport simulation tools and to extend the joint business network.
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INCONE60 is in line with the European policy. It creates cooperation between European regions, supports sustainable development, strengthens the local and regional market. Also, it affects scientific and technological progress positively. Besides, INCONE60 treat all humans equally and respect freedom, democracy and human rights. To achieve these goals and values, the project partners have been working on formulating transport solutions supporting the active development of peripheral coastal regions of the South Baltic area, focusing on local ports as development centres. One of these solutions is the INCONE60 Cargo Flow Model aimed to present the benefits of choosing shortsea shipping for cargo transportation. The simulator calculates all transport-related costs and also external costs such as accidents, noise, pollutants, climate costs, infrastructure degradation and congestion. The simulator is available to everyone on the website or by entering the project website and opening the tab „SIMULATOR”. The next important outputs are pilot trips. The first one took place between 22nd to 24th September 2020 on the Vordingborg - Stepnica - Kołobrzeg route. This trip aimed to support synchromodality in the South Baltic and the North Sea Regions and to create a network of contacts that may result in the inception of new shipping connections between local and regional ports. The movie from this event is available on the project’s YouTube channel . The final pilot trip will be organized at the end of the project lifetime on the route Oostende – Den Helder - Vordingborg – Mukran – Władysławowo. During this event, at the final conference, the agreement between small ports in the South Baltic and the North Sea regions will be signed to emphasis their readiness to cooperate, develop shortsea shipping and support shifting cargo from land to sea. INCONE60 project also includes a research part. Until now two comprehensives reports have been published. These studies analyse the local ports on the Lithuanian, Polish, German, Danish, Swedish, and Belgian coast as development centres and analyse their impact on the regional economies. The summary of these publications can be downloaded from the INCONE60 website.

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