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The IMO confirmed that a new global cap on the sulphur content in fuel would be introduced as of January 1st, 2020, lowering the permitted concentration from the current 3.5% mass/ mass (m/m) to 0.5%.
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Konecranes has been entrusted with delivering two RTGs and two Boxrunner straddle carriers to Muuga Container Terminal.
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.
The European Commission has granted EUR 161.3 mln to 26 projects within the Trans-European Network of Transport (TEN-T)
DPD Eesti has set off the Taevavarava terminal, a new logistics centre located in the On Rae Industrial Park (15 km from Tallinn).
The company has increased its visa free cruise departures from Helsinki to St. Petersburg (through Tallinn on Mondays and Tuesdays) from eight to 14 per month on the “Princess Maria” vessel.
The EU will co-finance EUR 36.3 mln of the total budget.
The European Commission (EC) plans to reduce noise produced by vehicles, since the World Health Organization estimates that traffic related noise accounts for 1 mln healthy years of life lost in Western Europe.
European Union funding for infrastructure projects has proved to be crucial for the launch or implementation of 90% of the projects covered by the European Economic Recovery Plan (EERP), according to a new mid-term review of Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T).
The state-owned company Estonian Railways (Eesti Raudtee) is going to be divided into two companies, since the European Commission requires that the management of infrastructure and cargo transport are to be separated from each other.