The project “COMODALCE – Enhancing COordination on multiMODAL freight transport in CE”, led by the Port Network Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea, is co-financed by the programme Interreg Central Europe.

Project Objective

The freight transport sector in Central Europe is still characterized by three main challenges hampering its competitiveness. An imbalanced level of hard and soft infrastructural development, both in terms of last mile bottlenecks and missing links among the main networks. A fragmentation of the institutional framework between ports/intermodal logistic nodes and public institutions and an insufficient communication and coordination between freight operators and the logistic nodes, especially in the port-inland interface.

COMODALCE aims at improving coordination and competitiveness of the transnational multimodal transport sector through the innovative ICT solutions.

Within COMODALCE,  partners will elaborate territorial needs assessment of each region involved and analyses of the present and future situation in order to test these outputs through concrete pilot actions. Exploiting new technologies and data exchange between different actors, the rail freight transport will become more efficient, facilitating the modal shift from road to rail, with positive effects in terms of pollution and emissions.  


Consorzio ZAILOG (Italy); Port Authority of the Eastern Ligurian Sea (Italy); Rostock Port (Germany); Luka Koper, port and logistic system, public limited company (Slovenia); Adria Kombi d.o.o., National combined transport company (Slovenia); Port of Gdynia Authority S.A. (Poland); BCT – Baltic Container Terminal, Ltd. (Poland); National Association of Radio Distress-signalling and Infocommunications (Hungary); Mahart Container Center Ltd.,


36 months – from April 2019, until March 2022

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