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Two new feeder line services have been scheduled to regularly ply between Hamburg and St. Petersburg.
DB Schenker Rail Automotive has launched a daily and direct container train service between Leipzig and Shenyang in China.
The next step towards the full efficiency of Northern Harbour within the Swedish part of Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) has been taken.
Flensburger Förde Reederei Seetouristik (FRS), a part of the FRS Group, is taking over the Kalundborg-Aarhus route.
PERN, a Polish company utilising the oil pipeline ‘Przyjaźń’ (‘Friendship’) running from Russia to Western Europe via Poland, and Oiltanking, a German operator of terminal networks, are going to set up a joint venture to construct and operate a new oil terminal in Port of Gdańsk.
Klaipedos Smelte, a stevedoring company operating in Port of Klaipeda, has invested in three STS and seven RTG cranes, which will be delivered by Konecranes.
The European Union has selected two Finnish rail projects for co-funding under 2010 TEN-T calls.
Gulftainer Group, a company from the Emirate of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates, has signed an agreement with Port of Ust-Luga during the Investment Forum in Sochi, Russia.
Hamburg Hafen und Logistik (HHLA) and Polzug Intermodal have opened a new hub container terminal in Gądki near Poznań in Poland.
DB Schenker and Vestas, a company specializing in the wind turbines market, have opened a logistics facility specially designed for heavy-duty wind turbines components near Leipzig.