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LogOn Baltic Master reports

These reports analyse the findings in 9 regions in Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and St. Petersburg and Sweden.

LogOn Baltic Regional reports

DEMIA reports

The Development Measure Impact Analysis (DEMIA) Regional reports identify and describe the development system and entities of the region, introduce the most relevant development measures in logistics and ICT, evaluate the development measures and summarize the findings. The purpose of the analysis is to describe the regional development system, the development agencies and the measures that they perform.

ICT reports

The ICT survey reports present the outcomes of a survey reflecting the characteristics of the actual situation (supply point of view) of the ICT infrastructure and services in the participating regions. The main focus is laying on the importance of the ICT-related sectors in the regions, the usage of ICT in the private and public sector and the regional ICT infrastructure.

Logistics reports

The logistics survey reports present the outcomes of a survey reflecting the current status and needs of logistics in the business community in the region. The same questionnaire has been used in all participating regions and is by far the largest survey conducted in the Baltic Sea region in the field of logistics.

Expert interviews reports

The Expert Interviews performed during the project complement the logistics and ICT surveys. In an interview series the regional needs and future visions concerning the Logistics and ICT were investigated in a quality approach. The experts interviewed are representatives of local authorities, logistics service providers, manufacturing industries, retail industries and research institutions.

Regional Profiles reports

The Regional Logistics & ICT Profile reports include an overall analysis of the region including regional key figures. The regional profile is based on secondary data and includes a regional evaluation taking under account the results of the other empirical activities within the project.

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