Our projects

Here you can find some of our key projects:

  • Integration of the ferryboat complexes (Varna and Burgas) and the Bulgarian Black Sea container terminals with the existing terminal in Sofia in a unified transport system, as well as the expansion of the ferry operators.
  • Promoting intermodal transport in South Eastern Europe through COSMOS project, EU Marco Polo Common Learning Action.
  • European Strategic Cluster Partnership in the field of mobility industry, fostering the European collaboration between clusters in transport and logistics, ICT and green technologies through the MOVE project, EU COSME Programme.
  • Building a green energy and logistics belt in accordance with the EU renewable energy directive 2009/28/EC, Energy Barge project, Danube Transnational Programme.
  • Green logistic sector partnership and development of VET system for ecological sustainability awareness in logistics, LogInGreen project, Movetia programme.
  • Research and innovation through M-ERA.NET, Horizon 2020 programme.
  • Evaluation of the proposals for the Struma Highway expanded conceptual design, Bulgarian Road Infrastructure Agency.
  • Other initiatives under the European Cluster Collaboration Platform.

  • Establishment of active and business relations between the sectoral and complementary companies in the branch, use of general specialized infrastructure, exchange of information, personnel and equipmen

  • Integrate the opportunities and opportunities of the Bulgarian transport system in order to promote the use of combined forms of transport

  • Integration of national intermodal services and terminals into international intermodal networks

  • Promote intermodality and green transport corridors and improve the skills of transport company employees

  • Combining different modes of transport with existing port, ferryboat and domestic rail terminals in order to attract transit and reduce transport costs with current non-optimal modal solutions

  • Integration of ferryboat complexes and Bulgarian Black Sea container terminals with the existing internal transport network

  • Expanding the market horizons of feeder and ferry operators to third-party freight flows, goods transported by intermodal transport and consolidation in partner hubs

  • Interchangeability of feeder and ferry services, direct connection and common pricing from an internal terminal to a customer and vice versa

  • Consolidating the cargo flow of the various cluster members and their partners in block-train, combined, hub to hub and door-to-door schemes