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The Polish state-owned ferry company has bought from the Bulgaria West Port the 15-year old ro-pax Drujba.
The Swedish state-owned rail freight haulier will add more departures on the Gothenburg-Eskilstuna stretch, as well as launch a new one between Gothenburg and Gävle.
On March 23rd, Viking Line's LNG-run cruise ferry welcomed its five millionth traveller, presented on this occasion with a bouquet of flowers.
Russia's Ministry of Transport has officially recognized Bronka as a deep-water port, fixing the depth of its approach channel and waters at 14.4 m.
Following the introduction of Starbucks' coffees on-board the ferries Deutschland and Schleswig-Holstein, Scandlines' Gedser-Rostock newbuilds will feature them, too.
As of April 9th, the company's Star-class ro-paxes will sail between the ports of Helsinki (Vuosaari) and Travemünde each day of the week.
Following three years of negotiations, the Renault-Nissan Alliance has decided to entrust the Port of Gdańsk with handling of its cars for the markets of Central and Eastern Europe.
Klaipedos nafta, the operator of Port of Klaipeda's large-scale Liquefied Natural Gas terminal, has received the first three tanks for its currently under construction reloading station.
The route will include the ports of Gdańsk, Kotka, and St. Petersburg.