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First, the Copenhagen Malmö Port has set up a subsidiary responsible for ro-ro, container, and kombi operations in Malmö's Northern Harbour.
The Danish ferry company has bought the ferry Povl Anker which sails today in the colours of BornholmerFærgen across the Rønne-Mukran (Sassnitz) route.
Aarhus Service Holding has sold its 40% stake in what has been so far known as the container terminal APM Terminals-Cargo Service to its joint venture partner, APM Terminals.
The HELCOM countries have submitted their application to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) for the designation of the Baltic Sea as a NOx Emission Control Area (NECA).
The Danish ferry company has ordered a brand-new high speed ro-pax catamaran from the Austal Ships shipbuilding yard, including an option for another one.
The Finnish shipyard Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) has been contracted by the Danish ferry operator to build a brand-new ro-pax.
Starting Monday, May 23rd, Scandlines' brand-new hybrid (diesel-electric) closed loop scrubber-fitted ferry Berlin started to ply across the ports of Rostock and Gedser.
The ceremony of christening the approx. EUR 140 mln worth ship investment took place on May 3rd in the Port of Rostock, from where Berlin will soon regularly sail to the Danish Gedser port.
The Container Supply Chain Conference (part of TOC Europe) returns to Hamburg for its 40th year at a pivotal and potentially transformative time for global container supply chains, logistics, shipping and landside operations.