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The next award goes to the Ports of Stockholm for giving rise to the brand-new Värtahamnen, a five-quay 85,000 m2 big ferry terminal in the heart of Sweden's capital.
The next award goes to Scandlines for renewing its fleet with the brand-new hybrid diesel-electric Berlin and Copenhagen, the two most energy-efficient seagoing ferries in the world.
The first award goes to Deepwater Container Terminal Gdańsk for doubling its handling capacity up to 3.0 mln TEU per year by setting up T2 berth.
The new monthly service, focused on break-bulk but also open for other general cargo such as containers or project, has been jointly introduced by Spliethoff and its subsidiary Transfennica.
The Gdynia-based shipyard will build a brand-new ferry for the Icelandic Road and Coastal Administration (Vegagerðin).
The EUR 7.1 mln offer stands for 30% shares of the Montenegrin Port of Bar, tabled down by the Polish logistics and terminal operating company.
The car manufacturer has three year-contracted the Gdańsk-based company Adampol (whose majority shareholder is Hyundai Glovis) to take care of its cars produced in Czechia's Nosovice.
One million barrels of crude oil has been acquired by the Polish state-owned oil refiner and petrol retailer PKN Orlen from the National Iranian Oil Company.
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Transport for London (TfL) has commissioned the Polish Remontowa Shipbuilding for the delivery of two new ferries for domestic river traffic across the River Thames.