HPC has been awarded with the substantive and financial management of the Interreg project in the Southern Baltic Sea Region over a period of three years. With our comprehensive experience, we have developed and successfully applied for the project SOUTH BALTIC TRANSPORT LOOPS.
The overall project objective is the development of vessel traffic from / to small and medium-sized ports in the southern Baltic Sea. The ferry port of Sassnitz (Mukran Port) is lead partner and client of HPC for this project. Additional project partners are the ports of Roenne (Bornholm / Denmark), Elblag (Poland) and Karlshamn (Sweden) as well as the Klaipeda Shipping Research Center (Lithuania).
The cooperation aims to develop new regular shipping lines between the partner ports and beyond as well as significantly improve existing ferry connections. In addition, the project partners aim to improve hinterland connections, especially with the help of rail. The Interreg project SOUTH BALTIC TRANSPORT LOOPS is funded on a pro-rata basis by the European Regional Development Fund.
Our service for the Client
We combine many years of experience in the development and management of Interreg projects with detailed know-how in the areas of shipping and hands-on port management. With this unique combination, we are predestined to coordinate the activities in this project. In addition to tasks related to public relations, we support all project partners in financial management, including the semi-annual financial and activity reporting.