The Danish ferry company has ordered a brand-new high speed ro-pax catamaran from the Austal Ships shipbuilding yard, including an option for another one.
SCT Transport has kicked off a new regular container shuttle train, linking APM Terminals Gothenburg with the Port of Karlshamn's kombi terminal.
TUI Cruises has welcomed its newest cruise ship, the GT 99,800 Mein Schiff 5, ten days ahead of schedule.
The Finnish shipyard Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) has been contracted by the Danish ferry operator to build a brand-new ro-pax.
The joint authority of the ports of Umeå and Vaasa has invested SEK 27 mln (ca. EUR 3.0 mln) in a new mobile crane.
On June 17th, the brand-new facility received from Qatargas 210 thou. m3 of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) brought on-board the gas carrier Al Nuaman.
We are very pleased to announce that the 2/2016 issue is ready and - as always - packed with various topics and articles.
Figures collected by the BTJ team - although not in all cases final-stamped by national statistics authorities - show that last year the turnover of Baltic ports reached more or less the 2014 level.
The Baltic Sea region (BSR) is crossed by three core network corridors (CNCs) – Scan-Med, North Sea-Baltic and Baltic-Adriatic, and has direct access to the fourth, the Orient/East-Med.
The Arctic Ocean, an area previously reserved exclusively for scientific exploration or risky business ventures, is opening up...
Since the term "emerging markets" was coined by the World Bank's International Finance Corporation, most of the parties have undergone a profound change.
This winter, a major step towards adopting the controversial proposal for a Regulation...
Digitalization has a signifiant impact on virtually each and every aspect of human life, including rail freight transports.
There are various benefis to investing in inland navigation. Water transport, if properly run and managed, is deemed as the cheapest and the safest.
A weak global economy and low hydrocarbon prices have stymied the gas & oil sector to cut back expenditures and reallocate spending to improve ineffiencies.
Stricter regulations and lower profit margins are forcing shipbuilders, owners and operators to re-think conventional power configurations.
Will the round 130th anniversary of oil in bulk also go unnoticed just as the previous ones?
Ship-owners are the fathers of modern airlines in Norway. In 1933, the shipping company Fred. Olsen decided to expand into the air.
This rare postcard from 1914 depicts the passenger steamer Kursk – a vessel built in 1910 for the Russian-American Line.
The picture on a Wagenborg Shipping advertising card reminds one of the times when ships with a bridge in the mid-ship were used even in short-sea shipping.
A real treat to all Baltic ship-lovers, particularly those interested in vessels resting underwater for centuries!