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  • Tiltaksanalyse Systematisk metode for prioritering av områder Tiltaksgjennomføring Mudring, deponering, stabilisering og rensing Økonomisk/juridisk analyse Kost-nytte analyse Økonomisk/juridisk vurdering av lokale fond Dokumentasjon og informasjon Overvåking, rapportering og formidling Fire ambisjonsnivåer: Ambisjonsnivå 0: ”Null-alternativet” Ambisjonsnivå 1: Stoppe spredning Ambisjonsnivå 2: Kostholdsråd heves innen 10 år Ambisjonsnivå 3: Ingen økologiske effekter på biota Hva har vi lyktes med? - Fjerning av 45 000 m3 sterkt forurensede sedimenter inkl. ”hot spots” av PAH og TBT. Vist at stabilisering er en velfungerende teknologi. Kostnadseffektiv etablering av nytt havneareal – forurensede sedimenter som ressurs. Vellykket organisasjonsform – integrert samarbeid. Realisert nytenking. Viktige erfaringer – organisering/administrasjon: Tverrfaglig ansvarlighet God utnyttelse av statlige ressurser Kompetansegruppe Deltakelse fra myndighetskontakter Bevist informasjonsstrategi og stor åpenhet
  • Varestrømskonsept for Midt-Norden Begrepet dannet for ca. 4 år siden i et samarbeidsmøte mellom Trondheim Havn, Trondheim kommune, Jernbaneverket, Statens vegvesen og Næringsforeningen Samarbeid med Trondheim i spissen, hvor Trondheim kommune, Jernbaneverket, Statens vegvesen og vareeiere (næringslivet) er med. En hovedmålsetting er å utvikle bedre infrastruktur innen næringstransport – samt å redusere transport og logistikkostnadene for næringslivet

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  • 1. Trondheimsfjord Intermunicipal Harbour (TIH) A presentation
  • 2. The ports of TIH Trondheim Orkanger Stjørdal
  • 3. Port of Trondheim
  • 4. Port of Orkanger
  • 5. Port of Stjørdal
  • 6.
    • Full Norwegian name is Trondheimsfjorden Interkommunale Havn IKS
    • Commonly referred to as simply Trondheim Havn (Port of Trondheim)
    • Intermunicipal company
    • Owned by the municipalities of Stjørdal, Orkdal and Trondheim
    • Operative from January 1, 2006
    Trondheimsfjord Intermunicipal Harbour
  • 7.
    • Coordinate all port activities within the three municipalities.
    • Constitute a competitive port alternative for users in the region.
    • Develop further the traffic base through commitment in transport and communication issues and regional industrial and commercial development.
    Objectives
  • 8. Organization Supervisory Board Board of Directors Port Director Traffic and operations Finance, organization and property management Market and logistics
  • 9. Vision
    • The transport hub of Mid-Norway
    • An active team player for
    • the region’s commerce and industry
  • 10. Port services
    • Cranes
    • Water supplies
    • Electricity
    • Barges, gangways etc. for hire
    • Mooring assistance
    • Towboats
    • Garbage collection
    • Bunker boats
    • Loading/unloading
    • Cargo handling
  • 11. Important cargo
    • Bulk oil
    • Grain
    • General cargo
    • Steel
    • Cement
    • Containers
  • 12. Political forces
    • The harbour area in Trondheim is wanted by some for other purposes than harbour activities
    • It’s imperative to show how harbours can evolve into effective transport hubs that benefit commerce and industry, together with other forms of city development
  • 13. Trondheim harbour area
  • 14. The pilot project in the Trondheim harbour Dredging phase 2 Dredging phase 1 Mass disposition site Future regional mass disposition site?
  • 15. Upcoming ro-ro-quay on pier II
  • 16. Upcoming ro-ro-quay on pier II
  • 17. Pedestrian bridge reuniting the city and the sea
  • 18. Freight traffic 1992–2008 1992–2002: Port of Trondheim 2003–2005: Port of Trondheim and Port of Orkanger 2006–: Port of Trondheim, Port of Orkanger and Port of Stjørdal
  • 19. International connections Immingham, Rotterdam, Hamburg, Bremerhafen Weekly (import on Sundays, export on Wednesdays) North-Sea Container Line AS Continental Europe/Great Britain Hamburg, Bremerhafen Bi-weekly Euro Container Line AS Continental Europe and UK Göteborg, Halmstad, Lysekil Weekly Nor Lines AS Sweden Amsterdam, Immingham, Aberdeen, Esbjerg Weekly Sea-Cargo Continental Europe/UK/Denmark Duisburg, Rotterdam Weekly Wilson Eurocarriers AS Continental Europe Grenaa, Świnoujście, Hundested Weekly Nor Lines AS Denmark/Poland Ports of call Frequency Shipping line Destination
  • 20. Passenger traffic 2004
    • 2 million passengers
      • Catamaran (Kystekspressen) 533 135
      • Car ferry passengers 1 473 971
      • Coastal express (approx.) 90 000
      • Cruise passengers 31 326
  • 21. Catamaran (Kystekspressen)
  • 22. Hurtigruten – The coastal express
  • 23. Cruise traffic
  • 24. Cruise traffic in Trondheim
  • 25. Trøndelagterminalen
    • Public–private cooperation
    • A prerequisite terminal operation
    • Intermodal connection between trains, ships and trucks
  • 26.
    • Challenges for the Mid-Norwegian region:
    • Geographical challenge: distance downside
      • Understanding cargo flow patterns and cargo owners
    • Balance of cargo
      • Understanding balance of direction and level of utilization
    • Coordination potential
      • Among businesses
      • Between road, rail and sea
      • Within the region
    • Political preconditions
      • Transport and communication plans for Central Norway
      • Adaption to the National Transport Plan
    East/west Continental Europe UK Northern Norway Overseas Evaluation of cargo flow patterns
  • 27.
    • www.tih.no
    More information?