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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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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.
Capital dredging works have set off a while ago, starting from Quay No. 9 and heading along the navigational channel towards the seaport's gate.
During the TEN-T Days in Riga, the EU Commissioner for Transport Violeta Bulc and ministers of the western Balkan States have agreed on the indicative extension of the core network.
The 324.8 m long and 42 m wide container ship MSC Charleston is up-to-date the largest box carrying vessel to ever call at the Polish and Lithuanian harbours.
The ferry company has shifted its ro-pax operations in the Port of Klaipeda from the KLASCO Ferry Terminal to the newly-built Central Klaipeda Terminal.
The shipping company has added the Port of Oslo to its BAX service, whereas Gothenburg has been incorporated into the SDX rotation as well.
The International Road Transport Union (IRU) is launching a new project aiming at developing guidelines ensuring well-being of animals during transport.
The EU co-financed GEnIuS initiative, selected by the EC among the Best of ECO-innovation projects, has developed a new material separating oil from the seawater.