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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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This Letter of Intent covers the construction of the hybrid ro-pax, initially named Color Hybrid.
In 2016, one-third of vessels calling at the Port of Gothenburg received an environmental discount on port charges, an increase by 83% year-on-year.
The ice class 1A multipurpose freighter has been re-painted at the Royal Niestern Sander shipyard, and prepared for her first voyage to the Spanish Tarragona.
The Swedish port has invested SEK 55 mln (ca. EUR 5.8 mln) into enabling container handling operations at its Quay 903, up-to-date used for dealing with break-bulk.
The Danish shipping company has acquired all shares of the Swedish road haulage firm Italcargo.
First, the Swedish port has finished doubling the capacity of one of its export warehouses, which now spans over 12.0 thou. m2.
From January's end, the Gothenburg-based shipping company will be offering a new ro-ro route, linking the ports of Ventspils, Zeebrugge, and Tilbury.
The company has signed a five-year agreement with the Gothenburg Port Authority to drive the new facility, starting as of December 2017.
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