TENTacle@Fehmarnbelt Days: Effects of the Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link on Commodity Flows and Economic Development

Panel Discussion during the Fehmarnbelt Days 2016 in Hamburg

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 the 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. Questions of the audience will be respected and included.

The discussion is part of the Fehmarnbelt Days 2016 which take place in Hamburg from 20 to 22 September 2016. Organiser of the discussion is the Fehmarnbelt Pilot Case of the TENTacle project, represented by Port of Hamburg Marketing.

The aim of the Fehmarnbelt Pilot Case is to mobilise transport and logistics players to jointly develop a long-term positioning strategy to prepare for the new link. In this regard, a guideline on how to use the Fehmarnbelt link as stimulus for regional development will be compiled. Learn more about TENTacle and the Fehmarnbelt Case on www.tentacle.eu.

Participation at the Fehmarnbelt Days is free of charge. Find all detailed information about the Fehmarnbelt Days, the TENTacle Panel Discussion and the online registration at: www.fehmarnbeltdays.com.
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Event Date:

21. September 2016 

Venue:

HafenCity University, Hamburg