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ADMIRAL Partner Meeting in Vilnius

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ADMIRAL Partner Meeting in Vilnius, Lithuania – Advancing Sustainable Transport and Logistics Solutions

Vilnius, Lithuania (31 May – 2 June 2024) – The EU-funded ADMIRAL project recently held its consortium meeting in Vilnius, Lithuania. Hosted by Transporto Inovacijų Asociacija, the event brought together over 50 members from 20 partner organisations, continuing the collaborative efforts to revolutionise the logistics and transport sector.


The meeting began with a warm welcome from the hosts in the beautiful city of Vilnius. The first day’s agenda was packed with updates on the development of the multimodal marketplace, a key component of the ADMIRAL project. This platform aims to increase transparency, efficiency and sustainability in the logistics and transport sector. Partners shared insights on the latest advances in sustainable transport and logistics, focusing on AI-driven solutions for emissions reduction, resilient supply chains and enhanced stakeholder collaboration.

Interactive workshops on the pilot projects were a highlight of the day, allowing partners to critically evaluate solutions and impacts. These discussions not only facilitated knowledge sharing, but also strengthened collaboration between partners, driving the project forward with renewed vigour.


The second day of the meeting was equally eventful, offering practical insights into various aspects of the Lithuanian logistics and transport sector. The day began with a visit to Vilniaus Baldai, where partners explored innovative manufacturing and logistics operations. This was followed by an update on the Lithuanian pilot project, highlighting progress and future plans in the region.

A tour of the cargoGO logistics centre provided an in-depth look at driver training programmes, including the use of virtual reality technology. This innovative approach highlights the project’s commitment to using cutting-edge technology to improve logistics operations.

A visit to LTG’s Vilnius Intermodal Terminal provided a comprehensive understanding of intermodal transport solutions, emphasising the importance of efficient and sustainable logistics networks. The day concluded with a visit to the scenic town of Trakai, a perfect end to two intense but rewarding days of discussion and exploration.


The ADMIRAL partners left Vilnius enriched with new information, energised and full of innovative ideas. The consortium meeting underlined the commitment and contributions of the partners, with special thanks to Transporto Inovacijų Asociacija for their impeccable organisation and warm hospitality. 

As the project moves forward, the upcoming GreenLogistics Hack and GreenLogistics Masterclass from 31 May to 2 June promise further opportunities for collaboration and innovation. The ADMIRAL project remains steadfast in its mission to drive innovation and sustainability in the logistics sector, and the successful conclusion of the Vilnius meeting marks another significant milestone towards achieving this goal.


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Funding: Co-Funded by the European Union ADMIRAL project (EU HE Programme, GA No. 101104163)

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About the ADMIRAL project: The ADMIRAL project is an initiative funded by the European Union’s research and innovation programme, Horizon Europe. The project aims to revolutionise freight transportation by creating an advanced multimodal marketplace and promoting low-emission transport chains. Coordinated by the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd., the project brings together a consortium of 21 partners from 9 EU countries.