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Supply chain flows in and across Öresund before and after the Öresund link -facts, risks and a risk analysis model

Publiceringsår: 2003
Språk: Engelska
Publikation/Tidskrift/Serie: LUCRAM: Sundrisk-projektet
Volym: 2010
Dokumenttyp: Rapport
Förlag: [Publisher information missing]


This research report has two objectives, both focusing on the supply chain flows passing or crossing the Öresund maritime area.

The first objective is to identify and describe the flows in Öresund and the risks for disturbances in those flows before and after the opening of the Öresund Link in July 2000.

With the opening of the Öresund Link a new goods and passenger flow was created. As a result two ferry lines, Limhamn-Dragör (car ferry) and Danlink (rail ferry) between Helsingborg-Copenhagen, and also some passenger lines between Denmark and Sweden were closed down. The total volume of passengers, vehicles and rail transported goods crossing the Öresund has increased substantially after the opening of the Öresund Link, the volume of transported goods to/from the ports in the region has decreased, an effect of the finishing and opening of the Öresund link, and the passages through Öresund has declined somewhat.

The total risk situation in Öresund has probably become better because of fewer crossing flows at sea level, improvements have been made in the Drogden and Flint channels, and there is no big catamaran ferry operating between Limhamn and Dragör any more, and those risk-reducing factors are together more important than the risks connected to the new flow - the crossing of Öresund by the Öresund Link - or the link as a new obstacle in Öresund.

The second objective of the study is to develop a multi-purpose flow risk model for risk analysis of disturbances in the supply chain flows passing or crossing Öresund, focusing on the economic consequences following from those disturbances. The model developed can be used to identify, describe and assess risks and to consider, choose and implement actions.


  • Transport Systems and Logistics
  • Business Administration
  • Supply chain flows
  • Supply chain risks
  • Supply chain
  • Risk analysis model
  • Risk analysis
  • Maritime risks
  • Multi-purpose model
  • Disturbances
  • Öresund.


  • LUCRAM: Sundrisk-projektet
  • ISSN: 1404-2983

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