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The Swedish rail freight haulier has been entrusted by ScandFibre Logistics (SFL) with a new agreement for rail transports of products from the country's paper mills.
OT's subsidiary, C.Hartwig Gdynia, will buy for about PLN 51 mln (approx. EUR 11.5 mln) 100% shares of the Gdynia-based logistics & freight forwarding company Sealand Logistics.
The Turkish terminal operator has acquired the remaining 20% shares of the Gävle Container Terminal (GCT), as well as bought the Swedish port's stevedore Baltic Sea Gateway (BSG).
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.
On April 21st, 2016, the thousandth shuttle train departed from the Port of Kiel's Schwedenkai Terminal to Verona's Quadrante Europa Terminal in north-east Italy.
The Danish logistics company has bought a 40 thou. m2 big warehousing plot in the Eskilstuna Logistikpark, with an option to enlarge it up to 70 thou. m2.
The two ferry companies will double the number of their sailings to & from the ports of Rostock and Trelleborg thanks to the so-called swap deal.
Following Cargolink's exit from the Norwegian market, the Swedish rail freight haulier will launch four new regular country-wide services from Oslo's Alnabru Kombiterminal.
At the beginning of April, what's said to be the world's first cross-border trail of semi-automated truck platooning will take place, cross-cutting North-South the western part of the Baltic Sea region.
During the 2016 edition of Transport Week, the BTJ team announced the most significant transport & logistics events that took place in 2015 across the Baltic.