Video from the seminar: The future for regional and local waterways (in Swedish)

From Thursday 9 February at 10 you can follow the seminar The future for regional and local waterways. The seminar will be held in Swedish.



09.30 Registering and coffee

10.00 Introduction

Inland Waterways – potential and barriers in an international perspective- TBN

Potential of inland waterways and coastal shipping in Sweden – result from a governmental task conducted by the Swedish Maritime Administration - Björn Garberg, The Swedish Maritime Administration.

Rules and regulations for inland water transport - now and in the future? - Tove Jangland, Johan Isaksson, the Swedish Transport Agency

11.30 Lunch with mingle

12.30 Regional and local projects: 

  • Relieve city road transports by a freight strategy - Märta Brolinson, City of Stockholm
  • DenCity – urban waterways - Viktor Daun, SSPA
  • NÖKS - Short sea shipping in Öresund, Kattegatt and Skagerrak - Christian Finnsgård, SSPA
  • Barges on river Göta Älv - Johan Lantz, Avatar Logistics
  • Cargo on river Göta Älv and lake Vänern - Carina Gullberg, kommunalråd i Gullspångs
    kommun, Vänersamarbetet
  • EMMA-ENHANCING FREIGHT MOBILITY AND LOGISTICS - Per-Erik Holmberg, Business Manager, Viktoria Swedish ICT
  • Urban WaterTruck - Björn Södahl, Södahl & Partners AB
  • Förbifart Stockholm - Bengt Niklasson, Trafikverket

13.45 Paus 

14.15 Future green transports are blue - how do we get inland water transport to become even greener? 

  • The waterway - the intermodal piece to resource efficient regional and urban transport - Karl Garme, KTH
  • New environmental friendly solutions for STA Road ferries - Anders Werner, STA Road ferries
  • Emission Free Waterways - biohybrid shipping - Andreas Westergren, Eurofeeder Shipping
  • Waterway 365 - Susanna Kihl, Vattenbussen

Panel discussion: How do we see local and regional maritime transport in Sweden in 2030? 

  • Björn Garberg, Sjöfartsverket
  • Märta Brolinson, Stockholm stad
  • Björn Södahl, Göteborgs stad
  • Johan Lantz, Avatar Logistics

16.00 End