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Stena Line takes over five Scandlines routes

The rumours have been confirmed. Stena Line has bought five ferry lines between Germany, Sweden and Latvia from Scandlines.

Baltic Rail visits Gdynia Container Terminal

Supplementing our news ‘Baltic-Adriatic intermodal link’, we inform that also Gdynia Container Terminal (GCT) has signed an agreement with Baltic Rail to handle container trains going to and from the Adriatic Sea.

Team Lines rearranges its POL2 service

Team Lines has rearranged its POL2 service, which now offers a container connection between the Polish Port of Szczecin and Ahus port in Sweden.

LNG in Port of Klaipeda

The Lithuanian government has accepted a bill, which covers all necessary conditions for setting up a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal in Klaipeda port.

PCC Intermodal's terminal in Frankfurt (Oder)

On 22th of May the company officially took over the handling terminal in Frankfurt (Oder), close to the German-Polish border.

New equipment for Muuga Container Terminal

Konecranes has been entrusted with delivering two RTGs and two Boxrunner straddle carriers to Muuga Container Terminal.

PCC Intermodal gets ministerial funds

Poland’s Ministry of Transport, Construction and Maritime Economy has granted EUR 12.6 mln to PCC Intermodal for the development of intermodal terminals in Kutno and in Dolny Brzeg.

Baltic-Adriatic intermodal link

Baltic Container Terminal Gdynia (BCT), located in Gdynia port, has signed an agreement with Baltic Rail to handle container trains going to and from the Adriatic Sea.

DP-DHL violates labour rights

UNI Global Union and International Transport Workers’ Federation have presented the white paper entitled “Corporate Irresponsibility, Deutsche Post DHL’s Global Labour Practices Exposed”, revealing the company’s track record of union avoidance outside Europe as well as a set of actions against labour rights.

Lowest number of illegal spills in the Baltic

The Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission (HELCOM), announced that according to the latest national reports provided by its member states, a record low number of oil spills was detected within the Baltic Sea region in 2011.

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