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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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The Swedish Land and Environmental Court has given its green light for executing the Malmporten (Ore Gateway) project in the Port of Luleå.
The global cargo handling NGO has opened the 2nd TT Club Innovation in Safety Award, inviting submissions from anyone involved in cargo logistics.
Following nearly a doubling in volumes over 2017's Q1, Swedish Orient Line has increased the sailing frequency on the route in question to seven per week in both directions.
Following a later of intent from last year's November, Viking Line has now signed a conditional shipbuilding contract with the Chinese Xiamen Shipbuilding Industry.
The Swedish state-owned rail freight haulier will add more departures on the Gothenburg-Eskilstuna stretch, as well as launch a new one between Gothenburg and Gävle.
On March 23rd, Viking Line's LNG-run cruise ferry welcomed its five millionth traveller, presented on this occasion with a bouquet of flowers.
Avic Dingheng Shipbuilding has delivered the fourth and last dual-fuel (LNG) oil products tanker to Terntank.
Project partners of the EU co-financed Blue Baltics initiative met for the first time in Klaipeda, discussing LNG infrastructure synchronisation across the Baltic Sea region.
The STM Validation Project has initiated the setup of the Port Collaborative Decision Making Council tasked with improving maritime transport both locally and globally.