SSPA Sweden - Your maritime solution partner
SSPA Your Maritime Solution Partner
Decades of experience and research has placed SSPA at the forefront of consulting services and innovation. We are the independent partner that provides solutions for every need arising within the maritime field on the global market.
We have extensive expertise in ship technology, maritime operations and waterborne and intermodal transport systems.
NÖKS: Short Sea Shipping – from road to sea, including Swedish case studies
Dencity: Innovative transport solutions in cities; e.g. transporting waste by waterways
Slow Steaming Logistics: Shippers’ supply chain perspective on slow steaming
SUMMETH: Methanol engines for smaller vessels
ZERO VISION TOOL: Joint Industry Projects to increase transport by sea
Why is SSPA participating in the project?
SSPA is active in different projects that include inland waterways and urban sea traffic development. Since the IWW business coverage in Sweden is small and under developed. We believe that Sweden can learn from the extensive inland waterway experiences in Europe. In IWTS, Sweden can learn as well as contribute, by understandings from the Swedish context and demands.
Has SSPA experience with international projects?
- SSPA has extensive experience from participating in 70 EU projects. Some recent examples:
- NÖKS : Short Sea Shipping – from road to sea, including Swedish case studies
- SUMMETH: Methanol engines for smaller vessels
- JOULES: Joint Operation for Ultra Low Emission Shipping
- ZERO VISION TOOL: Joint Industry Projects to increase transport by sea
What is your main role in the project?
Arranging internal workshops for project partners to exchange ideas and preliminary results. Present results from work packages on conferences and industry workshops.
Using AIS data to map current goods flow. Analyse future potentials for shifting goods from land to IWW on Swedish west coast.
Development of concepts for IWW-vessels and its fueling meeting new Swedish IWW legislation. Simulating the behavior of suggested vessel concept.
Performing two case studies of modal shift.