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BTJ 4/15 - Focus: European shipyards. An (un)expected ending?

BTJ 4/15 - Focus: European shipyards. An (un)expected ending?

The European shipbuilding sector isn't a drowning man, but its importance as a ship supplier has decreased, playing today second fidle to the continent's maritime sector.

BTJ 3/15 - Focus: Transport & life

BTJ 3/15 - Focus: Transport & life

The recent changes in fuel sulphur regulations are motivated both by environmental protection and public health aspects.

BTJ 2/15 - The Baltic on the new TEN-T map

BTJ 2/15 - The Baltic on the new TEN-T map

The Baltic Sea region's transport development is closely related to the integration of 'its' TEN-T Corridors.

BTJ 1/15 - Innovation for transport

BTJ 1/15 - Innovation for transport

More or less 140 years ago, the Finnish forestry company and renewable energy producer UPM started to manufacture wooden spools at its Kaukas mills.

BTJ 6/14 - The future of logistics

BTJ 6/14 - The future of logistics

The seeds of decades to come are planted now.

BTJ 5/14 - European rail freight

BTJ 5/14 - European rail freight

A high quality rail corridor between Tallinn and Berlin equalling better passenger and cargo carriage as well as a new alternative for road transport are the main reasons behind the Rail Baltica line.

BTJ 3/14 - The European road freight market

BTJ 3/14 - The European road freight market

Due to the economic breakdown, the European road freight market has experienced stressful years and the burgeoning high margin industry of the mid-2000s is now just a distant and dreamy memory.

BTJ 2/14 - European port policy

BTJ 2/14 - European port policy

96% of all freight and 93% of all passengers passing through 1,200 EU ports transit through 319 principal ports included in the TEN-T Core network.

BTJ 1/14 - EU-Russia trade

BTJ 1/14 - EU-Russia trade

Russia is the EU’s third-largest trading partner and the EU is the first trading partner and the most important investor for the Russian Federation.

BTJ 6/13 - Offshore wind energy

BTJ 6/13 - Offshore wind energy

DONG Energy’s 400 megawatts wind park near the Danish island of Anholt is the biggest and most powerful offshore energy-generating facility in the Baltic Sea.

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5th Railway Forum Berlin 2017

5th Railway Forum Berlin 2017

30-31 August 2017 • DE/Berlin

Baltic Ports Conference 2017

Baltic Ports Conference 2017

7-8 September 2017 • SE/Trelleborg

Maritime CIO Forum Rotterdam

Maritime CIO Forum Rotterdam

26 September 2017 • NL/Rotterdam

TRAKO

TRAKO

26-29 September 2017  PL/Gdańsk

Operating Specialist Wind Vessels Summit

Operating Specialist Wind Vessels Summit

27-28 September 2017 • DE/Hamburg

Baltic Sea Ports and Shipping

Baltic Sea Ports and Shipping

28-29 September 2017 • EE/Tallinn

InnoRail 2017

InnoRail 2017

10-12 October 2017 • HU/Budapest

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