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Port of Gothenburg is going to rebuild its 900 m quay at the Skandia Container Terminal to meet anticipated expansion needs.
The Swedish Competition Authority has approved APM Terminals taking over Skandia Container Terminal in Port of Gothenburg.
Copenhagen Malmö Port, as the first port in the world, has introduced a remote-controlled, self-propelled autonomous surface vessel (ASV or ‘eco-torpedo’).
The European Commission has tabled a plan foreseeing EUR 31.7 bln for developing the Trans-European Network of Transport (TEN-T).
Marco Polo 2011 Call for Proposals has been launched with a EUR 56.87 mln budget.
The next step towards the full efficiency of Northern Harbour within the Swedish part of Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) has been taken.
The Estonian competition authorities have agreed to DFDS’ takeover of the ro-pax route between Paldiski (Estonia) and Kapellskär (Sweden) from Baltic Scandinavian Lines AS (BSL).
Over the next five years APM Terminals, global container terminal operator and a part of the AP Möller-Maersk Group, will invest USD 115 mln in container terminal at Port of Gothenburg, for which it has won a 25-year concession agreement with the port’s Authority.