Study results: Scandria Corridor is environmentally friendly and efficient
According to a Scandria study by the German Ministry for Transport, Building and Regional Development Mecklenburg Vorpommern, the Scandinavian-Adriatic-Corridor is green and efficient. In 13 out of 20 investigated cases the transport via the ports of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is the fastest, most competitive and greenest option.
Transporting goods from Bavaria to southern Sweden can be completed the fastest way by using the Scandinavian-Adriatic-corridor. This is - among others - especially important for the automotive industry. Another case showed that the Scandria corridor is also the most cost-efficient solution when transporting white goods from Northern Italy to Scandinavia. In order to transport goods from the paper industry from Sweden to Austria, using the Baltic Sea ferries to Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is the most CO₂-efficient way.
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