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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.
As of April 1st, the shipping company's Patria Seaways ro-pax will ply as the third vessel across DFDS' route between the Swedish Port of Karlshamn and the Lithuanian Klaipeda port.
The Lithuanian logistics company has ordered 1,000 units of Mercedes-Benz's Actros truck, making it the largest purchase from Eastern Europe in the history of the vehicle manufacturer.
The Luxembourg-based ro-ro company CLdN and the Norwegian ro-pax and ro-ro operator Fjord Line have cut a deal to combine their freight offers via the Port of Hirtshals.
The brand-new 14.5 thou. m2 (12 km of shelves) facility will coordinate Tallink Grupp's logistics, covering the flow of goods to the company's ferries, hotels and offices.
The company introduced a new production concept of its Cologne-Hamburg-Lübeck route, in place since the second calendar week of 2016.
The Lithuanian government has set the stage for uniting various state-owned transport and transport-related companies under one umbrella.