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On October 6, the 7th Business Conference “Transport and Logistics of Southeast Europe and the Danube Region – TIL 2020” was held in Kombak Hall (ex Dom Sindikata) in Belgrade, under the institutional auspices of the Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure of the Republic of Serbia.

The conference brought together about 100 participants and 15 lecturers, experts in the field of logistics and transport who exchanged experiences through presentations, panel discussions and B2B meetings in order to find optimal business priorities for the development of multimodal transport infrastructure in the Western Balkans.

How did you manage? How did you do business? Were you ready to manage a new situation, existing or new management tools? How much did the crown cost? What can be defined as expansion? How much has the market changed, what are the plans and solutions…? “These are just some of the questions that companies tried to answer at the 7th TIL 2020 Business Conference.”

During the conference day, participants followed 15 presentations, of which we will look at 3, and you can watch the complete conference day on video.

Nemanja Zivanovic, director of DPT (Dry Ports Terminals) and Sanja Djurisic, director of “Luka Dunav” Pancevo talked about mutual cooperation and the decision to make a joint project – a trimodal container terminal. Nemanja Živanović presented to the participants DPT, the only trimodal container terminal in the Danube Port, Pančevo, which provides its customers with transport by 3 modes of transport – river, rail and road.

Vuk Perović, Director of the Port Management Agency, spoke on the topic of freight and passenger transport on rivers in the Republic of Serbia, in which he analyzed the flows of the type and amount of cargo in order to help logistics in further planning their work.

The EU is supporting economic recovery in all member states by injecting nearly 2.2 billion euros into 140 key transport projects. These projects will help build the necessary transport links across the continent, support sustainable transport and create new jobs. The projects will receive funding through CEF – (Connecting Europe Facility), European Union grant projects to support pan-European transport infrastructure.

With this budget, the EU will achieve its climate goals set out in the European Green Agreement. There is a very strong emphasis on projects that strengthen railways, including cross-border connections and connections with ports and airports. Inland waterway transport has been strengthened through larger capacities and better multimodal connections to the road and rail network. In the maritime sector, priority is given to projects on shorter routes based on alternative fuels and the installation of shore-side power supplies for ports to reduce emissions from anchored ships.

EU Transport Commissioner Adina Vălean said:

“The € 2.2 billion contribution to this key transport infrastructure will help kick-start the recovery, and we expect it to generate € 5 billion in investment. The type of projects we invest in range from inland waterways to multimodal connections, from alternative fuels to massive rail infrastructure. CEF is one of our main instruments in creating a crisis-resistant transport system – vital both now and in the long run. “