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The port authority has taken in 7,411 m2 from the Polish rail infrastructure manager PKP.
Stena Line, owning the Port of Holyhead, has partnered with the also Gothenburg-based Minesto for carrying out a project aimed at producing renewable electricity from the ocean.
The Icelandic shipping company has kicked off a new route, linking the Baltic Sea with the Faroe Islands and Iceland.
The Finnish company has launched a new crane compensation system for offshore ship-to-ship load transfers.
The facility features a brand-new EUR 45 mln worth 12,900 m2 big terminal building, as well as two new ship quays, of which one is equipped with a dual ramp and an automatic mooring system.
Kombiverkehr has launched a new weekly rail service between the Port of Rostock and the Austrian Wels for carriages of trailers, swap bodies, and containers.
From April 10th to October 22nd, the catamaran Viking Faster (FSTR) will be deployed between the ports of Helsinki and Tallinn along with Viking XPRS.
The feeder and short sea arm of Maersk Line has kicked off a new container connection between Poland and Sweden.