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BTJ 6/12 - Wait-and-see. Consequences of the sulphur directive

BTJ 6/12 - Wait-and-see. Consequences of the sulphur directive

The International Maritime Organization’s sulphur directive is a hot topic, no doubt about that...

BTJ 6/12 - Generation change. DNV's outlook on shipping in 2020

BTJ 6/12 - Generation change. DNV's outlook on shipping in 2020

The ratification of IMO’s Ballast Water Management Convention is not yet obvious, and the global sulphur limit in 2020 is subject to a review in 2018...

BTJ 6/12 - More than a sea breeze. Offshore wind energy ports, vessels and supply chains

BTJ 6/12 - More than a sea breeze. Offshore wind energy ports, vessels and supply chains

Europe’s strongest winds are to be found offshore, as all sailors and surfers know...

BTJ 6/12 - Financing the wind. Situation and prospects for BSR offshore wind energy

BTJ 6/12 - Financing the wind. Situation and prospects for BSR offshore wind energy

At the end of 2012, 704 MW of offshore wind capacity is operational in the Baltic Sea, with another 448 MW under construction...

BTJ 6/12 - Oldies still in shape. Baltic break bulk market

BTJ 6/12 - Oldies still in shape. Baltic break bulk market

The real dinosaurs of maritime trade are staying strong, as the ancient form of break bulk cargo didn’t fall below 10% of the whole turnover across the BSR ports...

BTJ 6/12 - Counter currents. WWF's scenarios for the Baltic Sea

BTJ 6/12 - Counter currents. WWF's scenarios for the Baltic Sea

What lies in store for one of the busiest maritime areas in the world?...

BTJ 6/12 - Hushing the docklands. Noise as an environmental challenge for ports

BTJ 6/12 - Hushing the docklands. Noise as an environmental challenge for ports

European seaports are struggling with the tightening noise regulations...

BTJ 6/12 - Crossing boundaries. Local Poland-Kaliningrad border traffic

BTJ 6/12 - Crossing boundaries. Local Poland-Kaliningrad border traffic

Poland’s accession to the Schengen Area at the end of 2007 gave its citizens the chance to freely explore Western Europe, yet at the same time...

BTJ 6/12 - It's time to... European youth in transport industries & trade unions

BTJ 6/12 - It's time to... European youth in transport industries & trade unions

At the beginning of 2012, SynergyEuropaPartner conducted throughout the Baltic Sea region a survey called Human Capacity Building in Transport Operations...

BTJ 6/12 - Running on the same track. The 175th anniversary of Russian Railways

BTJ 6/12 - Running on the same track. The 175th anniversary of Russian Railways

Imagine that it’s the year 1837 and you are looking upon a mammoth locomotive. The steam is hissing around it and the engine’s loud, vibrant rumble gets the onlookers excited. This machine and the industry it symbolizes have put Russia on completely different tracks.

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Clean Shipping Performance in the Baltic Sea Region

Clean Shipping Performance in the Baltic Sea Region

9-10 May 2017 • SE/Gothenburg

transport logistic

transport logistic

9-12 May 2017 • DE/Munich

Propulsion & Emissions Conference

Propulsion & Emissions Conference

10-11 May 2017 • DE/Hamburg

Global Liner Shipping

Global Liner Shipping

16-17 May 2017 • DE/Hamburg

LNG Conference

LNG Conference

17-18 May 2017 • EE/Tallinn

The Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum

The Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum

23-24 May 2017 • GR/Athens

Grain & Maritime Days

Grain & Maritime Days

23-27 May 2017 • UA/Odessa

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