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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.

BTJ 5/13 - LNG bunkering

BTJ 5/13 - LNG bunkering

The shipping industry is searching for cleaner solutions to comply with the upcoming stricter regulations on emissions.

BTJ 4/2013 - European rail freight market

BTJ 4/2013 - European rail freight market

With the introduction of the ‘Fourth Railway Package’ it is an appropriate time to take stock of both positive and negative developments across the rail industry.

BTJ 3/2013 - IT solutions for transport

BTJ 3/2013 - IT solutions for transport

"Bigger can do more" – a popular phrase from the past is being replaced with "Smarter can get more. And can do better."

BTJ 2/13 - Break-bulk & project cargo

BTJ 2/13 - Break-bulk & project cargo

There was some suggestion at the beginning of 2012 that the year showed more promise than had been seen in 2011.

BTJ 1/2013 - Baltic cruise traffic

BTJ 1/2013 - Baltic cruise traffic

Despite the global economic slowdown, it looks as though in 2013 the Baltic Sea region will remain a desired destination among tourists, with more than 600,000 estimated unique passengers, embarking on the Baltic cruises alone, and more than 70 ships operated by 42 companies making over 400 round trips.

BTJ 6/2012 - Transport and ecology

BTJ 6/2012 - Transport and ecology

What lies in store for one of the busiest maritime areas in the world? How will the projected growth in multiple sectors evolve and be managed over the coming decades in light of increased competition for limited space and resources? How will businesses, governments, and other “users” of the Baltic Sea be affected? Who will ‘win’ and who will ‘lose’? And how will the choices we make today influence our own future as well as the future of the Baltic Sea itself?

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Polish LNG Conference

Polish LNG Conference

22-23 November 2017 • PL/Warsaw

TRANSLOG Connect Congress

TRANSLOG Connect Congress

22-23 November 2017 • HU/Budapest

Intermodal Europe 2017

Intermodal Europe 2017

28-30 November 2017 • NL/Amsterdam

Third Annual Stakeholders' Conference

Third Annual Stakeholders' Conference

30 November 2017  BE/Brussels 

9th Annual Baltic Energy Summit

9th Annual Baltic Energy Summit

4-5 December 2017 • LT/Vilnius

Logistics CIO Forum EU

Logistics CIO Forum EU

6-7 March 2018  NL/Amsterdam

Breakbulk Europe 2018

Breakbulk Europe 2018

29-31 May 2018 • DE/Bremen

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