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The Malmö-based World Maritime University (WMU) and DNV GL will launch a 11 month-long distance learning course in maritime safety and security (MSS).
United European Car Carriers has deployed three Breeze-class vessels between the ports of Wallhamn, Drammen, and Vigo.
Stena Line, owning the Port of Holyhead, has partnered with the also Gothenburg-based Minesto for carrying out a project aimed at producing renewable electricity from the ocean.
The Icelandic shipping company has kicked off a new route, linking the Baltic Sea with the Faroe Islands and Iceland.
From April 10th to October 22nd, the catamaran Viking Faster (FSTR) will be deployed between the ports of Helsinki and Tallinn along with Viking XPRS.
The feeder and short sea arm of Maersk Line has kicked off a new container connection between Poland and Sweden.
The company's brand-new LNG-run car carriers Auto Eco and Auto Energy have linked the Baltic and North Seas with the English Channel.
Following the transformation of Frihamnen into an urban area, the Port of Gothenburg is restoring the Stigbergskajen into a cruise reception facility named the America Cruise Terminal.
Salamis Lines has bought from the Swedish shipping company the 1982-built ro-ro ship Finnland.
The last award goes to Erik Thun AB and KG Jebsen Cement for deploying Greenland, the world's first dry bulk carrier running on Liquefied Natural Gas.