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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.

BTJ 4/2013 - Europe-Far East container traffic review

BTJ 4/2013 - Europe-Far East container traffic review

Containers have revolutionized the way manufactured goods are carried around the world, and nowadays some major changes are foreseen to take place.

BTJ 3/2013 - Baltic container market

BTJ 3/2013 - Baltic container market

Last year – and the first five months of 2013 – brought quite a lot of headlines from the daily bread and butter of the container sector, both on the seaside and in the hinterland.

BTJ 2/13 - Baltic ro-ro/ferry market

BTJ 2/13 - Baltic ro-ro/ferry market

In 2012, the Baltic Sea region’s ro-ro/ferry sector experienced many small reshufflings but also affairs which significantly changed the playing field.

BTJ 1/2013 - Baltic shipyards

BTJ 1/2013 - Baltic shipyards

The Baltic shipbuilding industry is still at a turning point. After losing the market for most kinds of cargo vessels, it is now looking for customers interested in special and tailor-made vessels. But dealing with the new situation remains sailing on shallow and sometimes drying waters – grounding is possible if you are used to sailing deep and wide seas.

BTJ 6/2012 - Baltic break bulk market

BTJ 6/2012 - Baltic break bulk market

The real dinosaurs of maritime trade are staying strong, as the ancient form of break bulk cargo didn’t fall below 10% of the whole turnover across the BSR ports. Wire coils, parcels, pallets, boxes, modules of machinery, etc., abstain from containerization or sometimes even run away from it! Break bulk still lands on the quays and requires skilful men and ships which uphold the heritage of general cargo trade.

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Maritime CIO Forum Rotterdam

Maritime CIO Forum Rotterdam

26 September 2017 • NL/Rotterdam

TRAKO

TRAKO

26-29 September 2017  PL/Gdańsk

Offshore Wind Conference 2017

Offshore Wind Conference 2017

27-28 September 2017 • PL/Warsaw

Operating Specialist Wind Vessels Summit

Operating Specialist Wind Vessels Summit

27-28 September 2017 • DE/Hamburg

Baltic Sea Ports and Shipping

Baltic Sea Ports and Shipping

28-29 September 2017 • EE/Tallinn

Maritime Cyber Resilience Forum Hamburg

Maritime Cyber Resilience Forum Hamburg

10 October 2017 • DE/Hamburg

InnoRail 2017

InnoRail 2017

10-12 October 2017 • HU/Budapest

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