Organizacja GS1 Polska
Instytut Logistyki i Magazynowania, Instytut Badawczy
Instytut Logistyki i Magazynowania

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Amber Coast Logistics (ACL)




ACL was a collaborative project that supported the coordinated development of logistic centres and thus fostered the connection of areas with low accessibility in the southern and eastern Baltic Sea Region (BSR) to the European transport network and international trade flows. The project’s main objective was to improve accessibility and logistic processes both via land and sea to strengthen economic ties between emerging countries like Belarus, Russia or Ukraine and EU member states within the BSR.

As transnational supply chains become more and more segmented, the number and importance of logistic centres grows inevitably. In all countries considered there are plans to extend the network of inland freight villages, while at the same time ports aim to integrate more and more logistics functions in their service portfolio. The resulting distribution of cargo processing locations offers the chance to better supply areas that are not directly located along the main transport corridors.

ACL wanted to bring the actors of the transport sector together in order to push interaction and knowledge transfer and stimulate mutual understanding and awareness. It aimed to offer transparent services to the market which are neutral in terms of competition.

The expected output of ACL was increased accesibility of remote areas for cargo within the region. The coordinated transnational development of logistics centers contributed to this. Knowledge transfer between the partners and transnational market players, and cooperation to harmonize transnational logistics services were importat side effects, too. With this, ACL created benefits for both customers (better services), companies (stronger partnerships) and regions (increased accessibility of remote areas). As an effect, efficiency of logistics processes was lifted and remote areas were better linked to international trade.






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