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The new rail service connects Port of Lübeck's Baltic Rail Gate kombi terminal with Nürnberg in the south of Germany via Hamburg.
The Wikinger wind farm, located in the middle between the islands of Rugia and Bornholm in Germany's EEZ saw its first jacket foundations delivered by Navantia and Windar.
The Swedish rail freight haulier has contracted Siemens for the delivery of five Vectron locomotives with an option for 15 more.
Two LHM 800 container configuration mobile harbour cranes have set off from Liebherr's factor in the Port of Rostock onto a 13,000 km journey to the Uruguayan Port of Montevideo.
Ostuferhafen's handling and distribution centre of forest products has gone into operations and is now part of logistic chains of Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget (SCA) and Iggesund Paperboard.
The Danish ferry company has bought the ferry Povl Anker which sails today in the colours of BornholmerFærgen across the Rønne-Mukran (Sassnitz) route.
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).
On June 24th, Bilfinger Mars Offshore started to load the first transition pieces (TP) for DONG's 565 MW Race Bank offshore wind farm, to be erected east of England.
TUI Cruises has welcomed its newest cruise ship, the GT 99,800 Mein Schiff 5, ten days ahead of schedule.