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The NACKS shipyard has handed over to United European Car Carriers (UECC) its first dual-fuel (LNG-HFO/MGO) Pure Car & Truck Carrier (PCTC).
The operator sailing between Tallinn, Helsinki, Stockholm and St. Petersburg is going to sell its vessels to the Italian cruise company Moby Lines.
The operator decided to stop at First Container Terminal in St. Petersburg instead of Neva-Metall Terminal.
The country has ratified International Maritime Organization's (IMO) International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships' Ballast Water and Sediments.
The Port of Venice, Lübecker Hafen-Gesellschaft (LHG), and the Grimaldi Group have signed an agreement aimed at setting up a ship-train-ship link between the Adriatic, Ionian, and Baltic Seas.
Russia's Federal Marine and River Transport Agency has given its green light to the investor LNG-Gorskaya for the set-up of an LNG production and export terminal.
The HELCOM countries have submitted their application to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) for the designation of the Baltic Sea as a NOx Emission Control Area (NECA).
On May 9th, CMA CGM kicked off a new direct container service which links Baltic Russia (Bronka and St. Petersburg) with eastern Mediterranean via the North Sea.
The Container Supply Chain Conference (part of TOC Europe) returns to Hamburg for its 40th year at a pivotal and potentially transformative time for global container supply chains, logistics, shipping and landside operations.