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LPG terminal in Ust-Luga port in Q3 2013

Sibur, the Russian petrochemicals company, is expecting to launch its LPG export terminal situated in Port of Ust-Luga in the third quarter of 2013.

EU funding boosts transport investments

European Union funding for infrastructure projects has proved to be crucial for the launch or implementation of 90% of the projects covered by the European Economic Recovery Plan (EERP), according to a new mid-term review of Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T).

German high speed pax trains between Moscow and St. Petersburg

Russian Railways have signed a contract with Siemens for the supply of eight high-speed Velaro RUS (Sapsan) passenger trains and a separate contract for their maintenance.

Direct shipment of cars from Japan to Baltic Russia

For the first time Port of Ust-Luga received Subaru vehicles directly from Japan, since the consignment bypassed intermediate transhipment points in Europe on its way from Port of Yokosuka.

Containerships in Port of Szczecin

Containerships is going to call Port of Szczecin from March 2012.

SCA Transforest teams up with Delta Shipping Lines

SCA Transforest is going to call Big Port of St. Petersburg from the beginning of January 2012.

UCS Line back in Port of Ust-Luga

UCS Line has launched a single-trip import charter 180 TEU ship between ports of Rotterdam (Rhenus Terminal) and Ust-Luga (Yug-2).

Hellmann new hub for Baltic and Russian CIS markets

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.

Unifeeder first liner service to Ust-Luga

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.

BPS-2 has technical difficulties

The set out of Baltic Pipeline System-2 (BPS-2) may be delayed from late November until February 2012.

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