Links to partners/groups in the Fehmarn Belt region
The project company Femern A/S is responsible for planning the fixed link on the Danish side. It is part of the Danish state-owned company Sund & Bælt Holding A/S and has already been involved in the construction of the fixed links across the Great Belt and Öresund.
STRING (Southwest Baltic Sea Trans Regional Area – Inventing New Geography)
The federal states of Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein, the greater Copenhagen region, the City of Copenhagen and the Swedish province of Schonen have come together in the STRING partnership to improve cooperation in the region. The cross-border tourism project "Building Tourism" is a STRING project.
Fehmarnbelt Business Council
The Fehmarn Belt Business Council is a group of various business organisations from Germany, Denmark and Sweden. Its objective is to promote cross-border cooperation in the Fehmarn Belt region.
Femern Belt Development
The Fehmarn Belt Development foundation is a development body which provides knowledge of and information about business and tourism opportunities which are emerging in the Seeland region due to construction of the Fehmarn Belt Fixed Link.
Businesses in the area between Hamburg and the Fehmarn Belt have come together in Hansebelt to promote regional economic development.
The Fehmarnbelt Portal is an initiative by the Fehmarnbelt Office in Eastern Holstein and the Fehmarn Belt Development Foundation. You will find information on the Fehmarnbelt region on the website.
Destination Fehmarnbelt grew out of an EU INTERREG project and provides financial support for cross-border development of the Fehmarnbelt region as a Danish-German destination for holidaymakers and business travellers. The responsible project partners are Ostsee-Holstein-Tourismus e.V. and Østdansk Turisme.
BeltLogistics was established in the course of cross-border cooperation between associations, educational and research institutions and local authorities involved in the transport and logistics sectors. The principle focus of this collaboration is the creation of a network for stakeholders in logistics in the Fehmarn Belt region.
The German-Danish BELTFOOD initiative is intended to establish and encourage cooperation between food companies in the Fehmarn Belt region, to enhance and increase their competitiveness.
The German-Danish BeltTrade project is intended to strengthen small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) on both sides of the Fehmarn Belt by expanding their potential and creating a cross-border network, making better use of the opportunities for growth which will emerge during the Fehmarn Belt Fixed Link construction phase.
The objective of the Fehmarn Belt region KulturLINK project is to promote cultural cooperation in the area. It is intended that the region should gain an identity of its own by means of joint cultural events and projects, removing psychological barriers.
Fehmarn Belt Days
The Fehmarn Belt Days were held in Copenhagen from 30 September to 2 October 2014, in cooperation with a number of local organisations. The next Fehmarn Belt Days will take place in autumn 2016.
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