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Maersk Line has added new port calls to its ‘Daily Maersk’ service – Zeebrugge, Hamburg and Le Havre.
Mann Lines has changed its terminal of call in Poland to Baltic Container Terminal Gdynia (BCT).
DB Schenker Logistics and Khimji Ramdas are going to set up a joint venture in the Sultanate of Oman.
The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) has rearranged its network of stand-by oil spill response vessels, contracting three new bunker tankers to Copenhagen, Valetta and Algeciras as well as one offshore supply vessel in the Bulgarian city Varna.
Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) has reclaimed site at Prøvestenen for dry bulk storage area.
Construction of a dedicated container terminal in Port of Ust-Luga has been accomplished late 2011 and Unifeeder is the first 'brave' operator to officially include this destination in the company's liner schedule.
The set out of Baltic Pipeline System-2 (BPS-2) may be delayed from late November until February 2012.
The first of Nord Stream’s twin 1,224 km gas pipeline has been launched in Lubmin, Germany.
Copenhagen Malmö Port, as the first port in the world, has introduced a remote-controlled, self-propelled autonomous surface vessel (ASV or ‘eco-torpedo’).