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

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e-Impact project aims at implementing 4 e-Freight market-ready pilot applications in 3 corridors of the TEN-T Core Network. These pilot applications will include different types of solutions, including:

-    Information systems to enable / enhance Europe-wide and multimodal freight transport and logistics planning and management integration with traffic management systems
-    Multimodal journey planners for freight
-    Tracking and tracing tools
-    Intelligent cargo applications
-    Tools for the implementation of single transport documents
-    IT infrastructures supporting information exchange and user authorisation / authentication: e-Freight connectivity infrastructure
-    Support for interoperability between different standards
The e-Freight pilot applications will be associated to Core Network Ports, their respective port and logistic communities and also the multimodal links to the 3 Core Network Corridors involved. The ports are Trieste (Italy), Leixoes and Lisbon (Portugal), Gdansk, Gdynia, Szczecin and Świnoujście (Poland).

The Polish Business Case will demonstrate an Information system for synchromodal operations in ports.
The core activities of the Business Case are focused in developing synchromodal operations in the Baltic/Adriatic Corridor, namely on the Polish Sea Ports.
The objective of the Business Case is to establish an e-Freight pilot that enables proper ICT integration at port level and at multimodal service integration level, including the adoption of capacity publishing/sharing between inland terminals/terminal operations. The e-Freight pilot will also handle paperless reporting to authorities. With this system in place, all parties involved (logistics service providers, shippers, authorities, port administration) will use e- Freight Framework standards. The e-Freight pilot will aim to facilitate concurrent planning and execution management information between the ports, inland terminals, and rail services.



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