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Minister Simson: 2019 will be a significant year for Rail Baltica

Rail Baltica Business Network Estonia (RBBN) and the Estonian Association of Information Technology and Telecommunications organized a seminar at the Tallinn Science Park Tehnopol on October 11th, 2018. The main focus of the seminar was to discuss how Rail Baltica accelerates innovation and the economic development of the entire region and how will citizens and [...]


Seminar “Rail Baltica as Innovation Platform”

On the 11th of October a seminar “Rail Baltica as Innovation Platform” will be held in Tallinn Technology Park Tehnopol. The main objective of the event is to give an update on the Rail Baltica Global Project, the latest trends in the railway and transportation sector followed by round-table discussions – what should be done in [...]


RBBN in Kaunas – RB to become a powerful economic catalyst in the Baltics

On the 12th of September 2018 around 20 entrepreneurs and stakeholders interested in the economic potential of Rail Baltica met in Kaunas, Lithuania at the Technical University Economy and Business Faculty to discuss how RB could benefit citizens and businesses across the Baltic States, Poland and Finland. The highlight of the event was MEP Catherine [...]


Rail Baltica Business Network on the air at Äripäev Radio

Tõnis Tamme and Meelis Niinepuu, two board members of Rail Baltica Business Network, and Vadim Shabarov, who has been the director of operations in container train operator Baltic Rail AS for the eight last years, discussed about the business potential of Rail Baltic and about the North-South Transport Corridor in an interview to Äripäeva radioshow [...]


Catherine Trautmann visiting Rail Baltica Business Network in Riga

Last week Rail Baltica Business Network (RBBN) in Riga organized an open discussion with the main topic “Rail Baltica – the key to the Baltic economic development” featuring the keynote speaker European Coordinator for the North Sea–Baltic core network corridor Ms. Catherine Trautmann. The event gathered more than 20 representatives of large infrastructure, logistics and [...]


Poland is advancing on building Rail Baltica

Rail Baltica Business Network organized 3 panel meetings in Poland in 27. - 28. February. The meetings happened outside of Warsaw in cities along the Rail Baltica route. This way the local businesses and governments were more able to express their attitude and expectations towards Rail Baltica. The panel meetings were organized by the Instytut [...]


Rail Baltica as a platform for innovation discussed in Riga

Rail Baltica Business Network in Latvia opened its year with a discussion event on the topic “Rail Baltica - the platform for next generation technological development” on February 02, 2018 at a co-working space Techhub Riga. The event gathered more than 30 representatives of large infrastructure, logistics and transport companies as well as the Latvian [...]


Rail Baltica discussions at the largest railway conference in Poland

A special session „Rail Baltica potential for the development of railway transport and business in Poland“ took place on November 23, 2017 as part of the VII Railway Congress in Warsaw. The annual railway congress Kongres Kolejowy gathered ca. 750 participants from both the institutional and commercial railway sectors of Poland. The special „Infrastructure“ session [...]


An overview of Rail Baltica Business Network open discussion in Riga.

The event took place at the European Commission representation office in Riga, Latvia, on November 29, 2017. The event gathered more than 20 representatives of local companies and the industry. The topic of the discussion was: Riga - Economic opportunities brought by Rail Baltica. The main speakers were:   Guntars Ruskuls - Head of the [...]


Risk analysis for the Estonian part of Rail Baltica completed

The risk analysis of the planning and construction phase of the Estonian part of Rail Baltica project, recently completed in cooperation of Ernst & Young Baltic and TRINITI, mapped the risks embedded in the major international project. The analyses also provides input for establishing a comprehensive risk management system. “The completed risk analysis and consequent [...]