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The IMO confirmed that a new global cap on the sulphur content in fuel would be introduced as of January 1st, 2020, lowering the permitted concentration from the current 3.5% mass/ mass (m/m) to 0.5%.
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LDZ Logistics, a subsidiary of Latvian Railways, and Duisport have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on jointly attracting China-Scandinavia freight via Riga.
During the GoLNG Polska! Seminar, organised on October 18th by the Motus Foundation, key Polish companies associated with Liquefied Natural Gas made a decision of establishing a country's LNG cluster.
In December, the ferry operator will move the Baltic Queen ferry onto the Tallinn-Stockholm service, while Romantika will be deployed on the Stockholm-Riga link.
On August 11th, Latvian Railways, CZ Loko, and Ballard Power Systems signed a MoU for producing a hydrogen-fuelled unit by rebuilding the diesel loco ČME3.
The heads of the Latvian Railways and China Railway have signed a letter of intent foreseeing the set-up of a regular train service between Latvia and China.
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).
The Container Supply Chain Conference (part of TOC Europe) returns to Hamburg for its 40th year at a pivotal and potentially transformative time for global container supply chains, logistics, shipping and landside operations.
LSC Shipmanagement (LSCSM), a subsidiary of the Riga-based Latvian Shipping Company, took under its full technical management the newly built Elandra Palm oil and chemical carrier.
Responding to increased freight demand, the Swedish ferry company will increase the number of sailings on its Gdynia-Kalskrona as well as Nynäshamn-Ventspils ro-pax services.
Mariner's Baltic Container Terminal Riga will be the first facility in Europe, Middle East and Africa to work on the newest version of Navis' terminal operating system.