In Sweden, project partner Olofströms Näringsliv has the ambition to construct a truck parking area, accommodating 20 trucks 18 or 24 meters long, complete with toilets and electricity for the truck drivers. The purpose of this parking area is to streamline the logistics flow and to reduce CO2 emissions from heavy vehicles that are often parking inside the city of Olofström. This was being presented last week, when the project partners from Poland, Sweden, Lithuania and Germany assembled in Karlshamn, Sweden.
The meeting attracted attention from the local press and radio, who interviewed Anders Borgehed, Development Manager at Olofströms Näringsliv.
Read the article in newspaper BLT 170915 (Swedish). Read the article by radio station P4 Blekinge 170914 (Swedish).
During the visit in Sweden, the project partners got to experience both the cozy atmosphere of Fritzatorpet in Olofström and the stormy weather of Karlshamn (luckily under the roof of NetPort Science Park). Photos by: Energy Agency for Southeast Sweden and Techtank).
For more details, contact project manager Anna Månsson