Who We Are

We are doers and scientists. We have the experience, the knowledge and the tools to find environmentally friendly transport solutions for your city or business.

Fredrik Mårdh works as a project manager at the Energy Agency for Southeast Sweden. Fredrik has many years of experience in sustainable mobility with a focus on logistics and freight transport at the regional, national and international level. Over the last five years, Fredrik has been coordinator of projects for co-pack distribution in the public sector. Moreover, he served as a key-person in case studies as well as procurement and implementation phases. Since last year he also operates the national network called KOSAVA.  

Considering these competences, Fredrik can e.g. be consulted within the following fields: 

  • Co-pack distribution for private and public sector 
  • Route-optimizing 
  • Goods-flows analysis 
  • Procurement portal for the public sector

You can contact him via [email protected]


Ieva Budraite works as a project manager at the Green Policy Institute in Vilnius (Lithuania). She holds a Master Degree in Public Administration and Management and is an expert regarding public policy analysis.  Due to former work experiences within the nongovernmental sector and environmental campaigning, she has expertise in the field of public awareness raising and active involvement. Considering these competences, she can e.g. be consulted within the following fields: 

  • Analysis of national/regional/local public policies, legislative processes and provision of recommendations how alterations can be achieved 
  • Stakeholders involvement  
  • Campaigning of green arguments related to logistical solutions

You can contact her via [email protected] 


Sarune Dargyte-Kregzde works at the Green Policy Institute in Vilnius (Lithuania). She is an expert of public relations and communication. She holds wide experience in information and public awareness raising campaigns, maintenance of organization’s image, identity and reputation, building relationships with media and organizing public events. Considering these competences, she can e.g. be consulted within the following fields: 

  • Effective public relations for low carbon logistics projects 
  • Campaigning of green arguments related to logistical solutions 

You can contact her via [email protected]


Stanislaw Iwan is an associate professor at the Maritime University of Szczecin, Faculty of Economics and Engineering of Transport – Department of Transport Systems. Area of his research include e.g. city logistics, transport telematics and the utilization of artificial intelligence within the transport and logistics sector. He published numerous papers within his field of research and is member of several scientific associations and organizations. Moreover, he holds profound international and national project experiences within the transport and logistics sector and has valuable practical experiences e.g. concerning Freight Quality Partnerships, urban freight plans and the analysis of UFT emissions. 

Considering these competences, he can e.g. be consulted within the following fields: 

  • Establishment of Freight Quality Partnerships 
  • Smart logistics management
  • Green and sustainable freight transport systems
  • Development of business models 
  • Utilization of intelligent and green transport systems  

You can contact him via [email protected]


Kinga Kijewska is an assistant professor at the Maritime University of Szczecin, Faculty of Economics and Engineering of Transport – Department of Logistics. Her main research topics focus on the analysis of inner-city freight flows as well as the adaptation and implementation of innovative city logistics solutions. Moreover, she participated in many international and national city logistics projects. Due to these vast project experiences, she e.g. has profound experience in the establishment of Freight Quality Partnerships, the development of a pollution emissions model and the analysis of freight flows. Considering these competences, she can e.g. be consulted within the following fields: 

  • Establishment of Freight Quality Partnerships 
  • Logistics management 
  • Sustainable urban freight 
  • Unloading bays  

You can contact her via [email protected]


Udo Onnen-Weber, Professor em. at Hochschule Wismar, University of Applied Sciences, Technology, Business and Design is the founder and director of the Competence Centre for rural mobility. His experience in all fields of rural development, public services for rural spaces and especially for mobility questions is based on diverse research and implementation projects in the last 20 years. He counts as one of the mayor mobility experts in Germany.

You can contact him via [email protected]


Clemens Weiss works as a research associate at the Research GmbH Wismar, Competence Centre for Rural Mobility. Due to that position and former work experiences within the traffic planning sector, he is an expert regarding the analysis of urban and rural traffic as well as mobility solutions. Furthermore, he holds expertise in the field of logistics concept development and implementation, especially concerning cargo bikes. Considering these competences, he can e.g. be consulted within the following fields: 

  • Analysis of traffic flows in urban and rural areas 
  • Logistics concept development and implementation 
  • Moderation between logistics and municipalities 
  • Cargo bike solutions 

You can contact him via [email protected]


Clara Burzlaff works as a research associate at the Faculty of Public Law, Finance Law, Environmental and Energy Law of the University of Greifswald. Due to that position and former work experiences within the public policy and consultancy sector, she is an expert regarding the analysis of legal and political framework as well as administrative decision-making processes. Furthermore, she holds expertise in the field of stakeholder definition as well as the corresponding outreach and management. Considering these competences, she can e.g. be consulted within the following fields: 

  • Stakeholder definition and outreach 
  • Funding opportunities  
  • Ensuring compatibility with legal frameworks 
  • Application of green policy instruments  

You can contact her via [email protected]


Sophie Werdin works as a research associate at the Faculty of Public Law, Finance Law, Environmental and Energy Law of the University of Greifswald. Due to that position and her academic background in environmental planning, she is an expert in the assessment of green policy instruments and the implementation of sustainable planning processes. Furthermore, she holds expertise in the field of stakeholder definition as well as the corresponding outreach and management. Considering these competences, she can e.g. be consulted within the following fields:

  • Assessment of green policy instruments
  • Implementation of sustainable planning processes
  • Stakeholder definition and outreach

You can contact her via [email protected]


Rasa Baliuleviciene works as project administrator at the Rietavas Tourism and Business Information Centre. Since 1996 she has work experience as an international community development and rural development consultant. She is a team worker and practitioner – facilitating local actions for the development of the region. Hands on developing, implementation of “soft” projects which include design of innovations, community engagement, organization capacity building and sustainable development. While working in international teams both in Lithuania and in other countries such as Ukraine and Kosovo, she is aware of centralised decision systems and has experience working in multiethnic societies. Thereby, she demonstrates good communication and coordination skills. Her consulting topics cover: 

  • Programme management and project management  
  • Integrated community development 
  • Area based local development strategies  
  • Organisational development 
  • Management and monitoring of training programmes and training centres  
  • Business development inputs including basic marketing, accounting and management 

You can contact her via [email protected]


Laima Dockeviciene is the director of the Rietavas Tourism and Business Information Centre. In 1996, she started working within the HR development sector. Since 2000 she is providing consultations on business development for start-ups and SMEs as well as project development and management for various organisations. She is an active player in promoting regional development, considering complexity and variety of themes and players and introducing brave pilots and innovations in practice. She is a good communicator and promoter and finding a common language with people of different age and beliefs. Her consulting topics cover: 

  • Business start and development  
  • Programme management and project development and management  
  • Integrated regional development 
  • Institutional development 
  • Financial management 

You can contact her via [email protected]


Ugnius Savickas is a management consultant and lecturer, corporate learning designer and programme manager. During the past 15 years of private business in consulting and project management and heading the ISM Executive School for three years, he had the opportunity to explore many organizations and companies concerning redesigning strategies, rethinking competitive advantage, recognizing value propositions, defining learning needs as well as implementing educational events and programmes. He loves working in different formats from speech at the event up to experiential challenge programmes together with customer teams. Considering these competences, his consulting topics cover: 

  • business model design and innovation 
  • customer empathy through Design Thinking
  • corporate creativity
  • disruptive innovations 
  • competitive advantage and critical success factors
  • unique business philosophy and sustainable identity

You can contact him via [email protected]