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The IMO confirmed that a new global cap on the sulphur content in fuel would be introduced as of January 1st, 2020, lowering the permitted concentration from the current 3.5% mass/ mass (m/m) to 0.5%.
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SCA Transforest is going to call Big Port of St. Petersburg from the beginning of January 2012.
UCS Line has launched a single-trip import charter 180 TEU ship between ports of Rotterdam (Rhenus Terminal) and Ust-Luga (Yug-2).
Hellmann Worldwide Logistics will set up a new hub in Basildon (UK) that will provide direct feed service to Baltic and Russian CIS markets and thus eliminate the need to operate through other Hellmann hubs in Europe.
Construction of a dedicated container terminal in Port of Ust-Luga has been accomplished late 2011 and Unifeeder is the first 'brave' operator to officially include this destination in the company's liner schedule.
The set out of Baltic Pipeline System-2 (BPS-2) may be delayed from late November until February 2012.
The first of Nord Stream’s twin 1,224 km gas pipeline has been launched in Lubmin, Germany.
The European Commission has tabled a plan foreseeing EUR 31.7 bln for developing the Trans-European Network of Transport (TEN-T).
Shtandart TT B.V., a joint enterprise of Summa Group and VTTI, is going to construct and operate a new crude and products oil terminal (Tank Terminal Europoort West – TEW) in Port of Rotterdam.
Marco Polo 2011 Call for Proposals has been launched with a EUR 56.87 mln budget.