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Marco Polo call for proposals 2012

Marco Polo, the EU project co-funding direct modal shift and traffic avoidance, published the 2012 call of proposals with the budget of EUR 64.6 mln.

World's first software for the new IACS rules

Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (ClassNK) has released the world’s first software package for use with the new IACS Harmonized Common Structural Rules (CSR).

Baltic Transport Maps - now open!

Our unique Baltic ro-ro & ferry map interactive portal - www.baltictransportmaps.com - is now open!

The World Bank has issued the Logistics Performance Index 2012

Among 155 countries listed in the 2012 ranking (showing how well logistics are performing in the given state) Finland is the best in the Baltic Sea region and in the overall ranking has won the “bronze medal” falling behind only Hong Kong SAR (2nd place) and Singapore (1st).

Stena Line takes over five Scandlines routes

The rumours have been confirmed. Stena Line has bought five ferry lines between Germany, Sweden and Latvia from Scandlines.

Team Lines rearranges its POL2 service

Team Lines has rearranged its POL2 service, which now offers a container connection between the Polish Port of Szczecin and Ahus port in Sweden.

PCC Intermodal's terminal in Frankfurt (Oder)

On 22th of May the company officially took over the handling terminal in Frankfurt (Oder), close to the German-Polish border.

PCC Intermodal gets ministerial funds

Poland’s Ministry of Transport, Construction and Maritime Economy has granted EUR 12.6 mln to PCC Intermodal for the development of intermodal terminals in Kutno and in Dolny Brzeg.

DP-DHL violates labour rights

UNI Global Union and International Transport Workers’ Federation have presented the white paper entitled “Corporate Irresponsibility, Deutsche Post DHL’s Global Labour Practices Exposed”, revealing the company’s track record of union avoidance outside Europe as well as a set of actions against labour rights.

Lowest number of illegal spills in the Baltic

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.

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Digital Ship Maritime Cyber Resilience Forum

Digital Ship Maritime Cyber Resilience Forum

15 February 2018  NL/Rotterdam

Logistics CIO Forum EU

Logistics CIO Forum EU

6-7 March 2018  NL/Amsterdam

Transport Week 2018

Transport Week 2018

6-8 March 2018 • PL/Gdańsk

SmartRail

SmartRail

17-19 April 2018 • NL/Amsterdam

4th CWC LNG Fuels Summit

4th CWC LNG Fuels Summit

22-24 May 2018 • NL/Amsterdam 

Breakbulk Europe 2018

Breakbulk Europe 2018

29-31 May 2018 • DE/Bremen

Posidonia 2018

Posidonia 2018

4-8 June 2018 • GR/Athens

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