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BTJ 3/15 - Report: Baltic port market

BTJ 3/15 - Report: Baltic port market

"Growth as usual," one could say looking at the figures describing the Baltic seaports' turnover for the past two years.

BTJ 2/15 - Baltic ro-ro & ferry affairs 2014-15

BTJ 2/15 - Baltic ro-ro & ferry affairs 2014-15

The 12 months of 2014 were like preparing for a race while running at the same time.

BTJ 1/15 - Around 2014 highlights

BTJ 1/15 - Around 2014 highlights

Besides last year's main highlights as well as the SECA-infused affairs, in 2014 LNG sprouted all over the BSR, both in terms of infrastructure and ship investments. A lot happened in shipyards, on railways and in cabinets, too.

BTJ 6/14 - Waiting for SECA consequences

BTJ 6/14 - Waiting for SECA consequences

With the last New Year's Eve confetti touching the ground, the 0.1% sulphur limit in ships' fuel will officially become the new shipping paradigm in Emission Control Areas.

BTJ 5/14 - Bulk market

BTJ 5/14 - Bulk market

Another year has passed and the Baltic dry bulk and liquids markets are pretty much the same with slight, yet meaningful, changes here and there.

BTJ 3/14 - Baltic container market

BTJ 3/14 - Baltic container market

When talking about both the Baltic and worldwide container markets, last year one major fact stuck out from the business-as-usual course of events: the so-called P3 Network, "formed" by the three largest container carriers.

BTJ 2/14 - Baltic ro-ro & ferry affairs 2013-2014

BTJ 2/14 - Baltic ro-ro & ferry affairs 2013-2014

One might say that 2013 and the first few months of this year passed under the common title “business as usual”, however, it can be seen that many actions were SECA-propelled.

BTJ 1/14 - 2013 highlights

BTJ 1/14 - 2013 highlights

Last year’s most important events for the BSR’s transport sector.

BTJ 6/13 - Baltic dry bulk report

BTJ 6/13 - Baltic dry bulk report

Dry bulk seems to be the easiest maritime cargo category to grasp because in most cases it uses straightforward tools in the transport & logistics chain. However, the further you go, the darker it gets.

BTJ 5/13 - The Baltic oil market

BTJ 5/13 - The Baltic oil market

The world is still propelled by oil no matter how much is said on the topic of alternative energy sources. An electric car and feasible solar cells are still far in the pipeline.

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International Rail Freight Conference 2017

International Rail Freight Conference 2017

22-24 March 2017  CZ/Prague

SmartRail Europe

SmartRail Europe

5-6 April 2017 • NL/Amsterdam

2nd International Summit Green Shipping 2017

2nd International Summit Green Shipping 2017

10-11 April 2017 • NL/Rotterdam 

Port Finance International

Port Finance International

10-12 April 2017 • NL/Amsterdam

Breakbulk Russia

Breakbulk Russia

18-20 April 2017 • RU/Moscow

TransRussia

TransRussia

18-20 April 2017 • RU/Moscow

Breakbulk Europe 2017

Breakbulk Europe 2017

24-26 April 2017 • BE/Antwerp

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