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As a consequence of recent upswing across the Baltic and North Seas ro-ro market, DFDS Seaways has relocated its vessels to meet the demand.
The EU will support three rail projects in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, and Poland, with EUR 734 mln from the Connecting Europe Facility.
Bomin Linde LNG and SGD logistika (100% owned by Klaipedos nafta) have cut a deal to create the Blue LNG joint venture to build and operate an LNG bunker supply vessel.
Lithuanian Railways and the China Merchants Logistics Holding have set up a freight forwarding and logistics joint venture.
Following the recent acquisition of Tschudi Lines by Unifeeder, the latter has launched a new service linking southern Baltic with Norway.
Tschudi's short sea container offer will be now offered under the brand name of "Tschudi Express" within Unifeeder’s network.
The A.Delta2300 concept is 188.6 m long, 30.95 m wide, has 8.75 m of design draught (10.0 m - scantling draught), and is able to carry up to 2,322 TEU (incl. 500 reefer plugs).
The 9,200 of TEU capacity 2008-built MSC Asya has set new container bests in the ports of Gdynia and Klaipeda.
The European Commission has selected 276 transport projects across the EU to benefit a total of EUR 13.1 bln from the Connecting Europe Facility's (CEF) grants in the coming years.