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International Business – Baltic Business Development- Tallinn 2013

Tallinn 2013

Edited By Gunnar Prause, Urve Venesaar and Wolfgang Kersten

This volume is a collection of the research papers presented at the colloquium Baltic Business Development, which took place in the environment of the 3rd international conference Economies of Central and Eastern Europe (ECEE) in Tallinn in 2012. The colloquium was organised by Tallinn School of Economics and Business Administration of Tallinn University of Technology in cooperation with Hamburg University of Technology and the Baltic-German University Liaison Office in Riga. The colloquium offered a great platform for promoting cooperation and for disseminating knowledge and experience on the development of international business in the Baltic Sea Region in the frame of the Baltic Sea Strategy and the Agenda EU2020.


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Transnational E-services for Efficient Oversize Logistics. Kristina Hunke


73 Transnational E-services for Efficient Oversize Logistics Kristina Hunke1 Abstract The implementation of the renewable energy Directive (2009/28/EC) of the European Com- mission and the resulting national renewable energy action plans of the member states opened up the market and trade of over-dimensional cargo. The transshipment of these oversize car- gos causes comprehensive operations with a lot of bureaucracy as well as economic losses due to the need to build and reconstruct infrastructure and due to time consuming permission processes. This paper will provide an analysis of selected national laws and regulations and will show differences and non-conformities but will also demonstrate similarities which can allow opportunities for perspective cooperation for international oversize transports. Furthermore, this paper will demonstrate different national e-services as well as a multinational solution resulting from a European funded project called OTIN (Oversize Transport Information Net- work). Practical experiences from transport forwarders and industry clients substantiate the ne- cessity of such coherent application services as the role of transnational oversize transports is an increasing share of the daily business. JEL classification: R4, L9, O Keywords: efficient logistics, e-services, transnational transport, Oversize Transport Infor- mation Network 1. Introduction The implementation of the renewable energy Directive (COM 2009/28/EC) of the European Commission and the resulting national renewable energy action plans of the member states opened up the market and trade of renewable energy power plants and innovative power generating systems. New trade routes had to be found and demand for the exchange and transhipment of goods increased. Demand...

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