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The Port of Venice, Lübecker Hafen-Gesellschaft (LHG), and the Grimaldi Group have signed an agreement aimed at setting up a ship-train-ship link between the Adriatic, Ionian, and Baltic Seas.
The 2 km long testing section of the first Swedish electric highway was opened in June this year on the E16 highway north of Stockholm.
The new rail service connects Port of Lübeck's Baltic Rail Gate kombi terminal with Nürnberg in the south of Germany via Hamburg.
The Swedish rail freight haulier has contracted Siemens for the delivery of five Vectron locomotives with an option for 15 more.
The first train of PCC Intermodal left the company's terminal in Gliwice on July 22nd, heading for the GYSEV CARGO's Terminal Sopron near the Hungarian-Austrian border.
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 Japanese car manufacturer has shifted its Sweden-bound shipments from Malmö to Logent's car & ro-ro terminal in Gothenburg.
The Polish company has signed a conditional sale agreement with the STK Group covering the acquisition of 100% and 80% shares in STK and Kolej BaÅ‚tycka, respectively.
SCT Transport has kicked off a new regular container shuttle train, linking APM Terminals Gothenburg with the Port of Karlshamn's kombi terminal.