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The shipping company has won Sandefjord Municipality's tender for two new departures to and from the Swedish Strömstad as of 2020.
The stevedore Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg (SPSP) has received four forklift trucks Kalmar DCE 100-6, each with 10 tn of lifting capacity, and 5.5 m of hoist height.
Up-to-date over 40 calls have been scheduled for Gotland's maiden 2018 cruise season, once a brand-new dedicated quay is commissioned in Visby in spring the same year.
The Gothenburg-located Swedish Orient Line has recently took in three ships, as well as enhanced its Gothenburg-Zeebrugge ro-ro service.
As for January 3rd, 2017, the shipping company will re-direct four of its existing Germany-Latvia and Sweden-Latvia links, leaving in place two of them.
Backman-Trummer have commissioned their 3,300 m2 big cargo terminal in the Finnish Port of Vaasa.
The ferry, chartered to Grandi Navi Veloci and recently sailing in the Mediterranean, will return to the Baltic Sea to replace Stena's other ferries for a short period.
Following continuous financial hurdles, Viking Supply Ships has decided to terminate its ro-ro and other general cargo subsidiary.
The two companies signed a Letter of Intent, initiating a long-term cooperation regarding the supply of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) in the Baltic Sea region.
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has decided to impose a global 0.5% sulphur cap on ships' fuel on-board, effective as of January 1st, 2020.