About us

Association of Transport Innovations (TIA) began three years ago. The need for organization, working on transport digitalization, efficiency improvement, environmental issues and implementation of innovations, was very clear as the difference between technological progress in transport sector and other business sectors became more and more apparent.

Fundamental problems in logistics is related with cargo and customs documents. Most of them still has to be filled on paper instead of simple and easily accessible digital versions. This causes more issues – drivers have to go longer distances and spend more time. Also, existing procedures stops autonomy vehicles from actual possible use and has influence on overall transport sector effectiveness.

„While talking about future and perspectives in transport sector I met many carriers, which are separately creating systems and investing in their companies‘ future. But it‘s so much more efficient to unite everybody, thinking about innovations and digitalization for transport future, in one hub and work together for a collective goal“

Jurgis Adomavičius

TIA Board member


By constant implementation of innovative solutions in transport sector the carrying times will get shorter, there will be less formalities, faster and more accurate exchange of digital data will be implemented and by that the effectiveness of logistics sector will be improved.


Association on Transport Innovations will ensure efficiency in chain of transportation, improve road safety, environmental protection and future transport needs by digitalization of logistics‘ documents.

  • Create most efficient solutions for logistics and customs procedures;

  • Unite a community of transport innovators, who would discover, test and implement new ideas;
  • Simplify customs procedures and by that reduce the required distance for truck drivers and ensure faster movement of goods;
  • Help Lithuanian business through efficient solutions;
  • Represent interests of Lithuanian carriers in European Union institutions.