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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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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.
Finland's brand-new dual-fuel icebreaker Polaris has left the Arctech Helsinki Shipyard and is currently undergoing sea trials before entering everyday service.
Nordic Yards' facilities in Wismar, Rostock, and Stralsund have been acquired by Malaysia's Genting Group.
On March 27th, 2016, the first box train arrived at Oktyabrskaya Railway's station Bronka, bringing 61 containers with mineral fertilizers from St. Petersburg's Shushary.
The terminal located in the Port of St. Petersburg has been incorporated into Containerships' intra-Baltic loop.
During the 2016 edition of Transport Week, the BTJ team announced the most significant transport & logistics events that took place in 2015 across the Baltic.
As of April 1st, the shipping company's Patria Seaways ro-pax will ply as the third vessel across DFDS' route between the Swedish Port of Karlshamn and the Lithuanian Klaipeda port.
The new connection will link the ports of Gdynia and St. Petersburg on a weekly basis.