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OPDR, in cooperation with Seago Line, has launched a new container loop between Baltic Russia and Morocco.
The STM Validation Project has initiated the setup of the Port Collaborative Decision Making Council tasked with improving maritime transport both locally and globally.
The German company has ordered 11 diesel-electric straddle carriers for STS-to-automated stacking cranes containers transporting.
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).
The Amsterdam-based shipping company has contracted the Zhejiang Ouhua Shipbuilding for delivering six new multipurpose vessels.
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.
Kombiverkehr has launched a new weekly rail service between the Port of Rostock and the Austrian Wels for carriages of trailers, swap bodies, and containers.